RCMP seeking help identifying suspects in Lloydminster home invasion that left 2 in hospital

RCMP are asking for help identifying six of nine suspects in a home invasion in Lloydminster, Alta., earlier this month.

The Mounties received a report of the break-and-enter on June 11 shortly after 7 a.m. CST.

Police say officers found two men with gunshot wounds upon arrival. They were airlifted to the hospital and are both expected to survive. After investigation, RCMP determined the men were two of the nine suspects in the break-and-enter.

RCMP say both men have been charged with break and enter to commit an indictable offence, but neither has been arrested due to their medical condition.

Police have also issued an arrest warrant for Edmonton resident Warren Curtis Littlewolfe. The 33-year-old man is described as being five feet four inches and 140 pounds with a medium complexion, black hair that is sometimes dyed blonde and brown eyes.

RCMP said the public should not approach Warren Curtis Littlewolfe because he is considered to be armed and dangerous
RCMP said the public should not approach Warren Curtis Littlewolfe, who is considered armed and dangerous. (Submitted by RCMP)

RCMP say Littlewolfe is considered armed and dangerous, and the public should not approach him. He is known to frequent Lloydminster as well as Onion Lake, St. Walburg and Turtleford in Saskatchewan.

Anyone with information on the home invasion, the identity of the six outstanding suspects or the whereabouts of Littlewolfe are asked to contact RCMP or local police. Anonymous tips can be submitted to CrimeStoppers.