Woman shot in head on Saskatchewan First Nation

ONION LAKE, Sask. -- Mounties are looking for three men alleged to have been involved in a shooting on a Saskatchewan First Nation.

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Police say a 24-year-old woman was shot in the head at a home on the Onion Lake Cree Nation on Dec. 6.

The woman was taken to Lloydminster hospital and later airlifted to Saskatoon's Royal University Hospital.

She has since been released from hospital and is recovering from her injuries.

Police have warrants out for the arrests of Damian Kiefer Dillon, 21, Jesse Eric Dillon, 24, Terrance Charles Stonechild, 27, on charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault and commission of an offence for a criminal organization.



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