The RCMP are looking for two more suspects who were involved in a robbery and stabbing in Creelman on Sept. 30, with three others arrested and charged recently.
The incident occurred on Sept. 30, when members from the Weyburn and Fillmore RCMP responded to a complaint of a robbery and stabbing.
The investigation determined that a group of five people went to a residence in Creelman and met with two local residents; firearms were used in the offence, and a substantial amount of money was stolen. A victim was allegedly stabbed several times, but the injuries were not considered life-threatening.
Three Regina residents have been arrested and charged.
They include Daniel Theodore, 29, who has been in custody since Oct. 1, when he was arrested outside the Coachman Inn in Regina by members of the Regina Police Service.
Theodore is charged with robbery with a firearm and aggravated assault; he appeared in court, and his matters were adjourned to Dec. 19.
Sean Amon, 32, and Krystal Nymann, 26, were both taken into custody on Nov. 13 in Regina.
Amon is charged with robbery with a firearm and aggravated assault, and reappeared in court on Dec. 11.
Nymann was charged with robbery with a firearm, aggravated assault and breach of an undertaking, and she reappeared in court on Dec. 13.
The investigation is continuing with the two remaining suspects; assisting in the investigation are the Weyburn and Fillmore RCMP, the Regina General Investigations Section, the Yorkton Forensic Identification Unit, and the Regina Major Crime Unit. The Regina Police Service has also played a prominent role in this investigation.