RCMP have arrested six people and continue to search for one suspect after a violent break-in on the Muskowekwan First Nation in January.

On Jan. 16, RCMP said they received a call at 9:45 p.m. CST from a home on the Muskowekwan First Nation where six adults and two children were in the midst of a scary home invasion.

Wearing disguises, seven people had forcibly entered the home carrying steel bars, baseball bats, and a firearm.

RCMP said two men in the house were attacked with the weapons. They were brought to hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. There was also significant damage to the home and two vehicles outside.Through investigations, RCMP identified seven suspects.

 Shane Wolfe

RCMP said they continue to search for Shane Wolfe, the last remaining suspect. (RCMP/Submitted to CBC)

Two men and two teenagers were quickly arrested while warrants went out for three more. In the following weeks, two of the suspects were located.

RCMP said they continue to search for Shane Wolfe, the last remaining suspect.

The accused face over 60 charges including aggravated assault, wearing a disguise, use of a firearm, and break and entering.