(Watch: The Global 1 helicopter flies over the scene as the suspect in multiple deadly stabbings is captured by police)
EDMONTON – Following a stabbing spree that killed two people and injured four more, Edmonton police captured the suspect on the south side shortly after 5 p.m. Friday.
Dozens of officers from around the city were called to help after several employees were attacked in the Loblaw warehouse at 161 St. and 121 A Ave.
Police say two people have been killed, and at least four others injured after an employee of the warehouse came in armed with two knives.
Police released the suspect’s picture, and said he was believed to be operating a 1999 green, two-door Ford Explorer with the license plate KEL 155.
The suspect, 29-year-old Jayme Pasieka – who is known to police – was captured at 39 St. and 74 Ave. at approximately 5:15 p.m. following a massive manhunt.
The Global 1 helicopter was over the scene at the time, and captured footage of the police cars following the suspect vehicle, and then surrounding it.