At least seven people wearing disguises and armed with steel bars, baseball bats and a gun, invaded a home on Muskowekwan First Nation on Sunday January 17.

Around 9:45 that evening, Punnichy RCMP received a report of a break and enter into a residence on the Muskowekwan First Nation, east of Punnichy, Saskatchewan.  Upon arrival, police spoke with six adult victims and two child victims who were in the residence at the time.

Police learned that at least seven people wearing disguises forced their way into the residence with various impact weapons such as steel bars and baseball bats, as well as a firearm.  Significant damage was done to the residence along with a vehicle outside the residence. Two adult male residents of the house sustained injuries which required medical treatment and they have since been released from hospital.

During the investigation, seven suspects have been identified.  Four males have been arrested and appeared today in Saskatchewan Provincial Court in Punnichy, Saskatchewan today.

Jesse Mark Wolfe (29), Brandon Michael Albert (22), a 16-year-old male and a 15-year old male, who can’t be named as per the Youth Criminal Justice Act, all from the Muskowekwan First Nation appeared in court on charges of break and enter, mischief, breach of probation, and Disguise with Intent.  Wolfe was also charged with careless use of a firearm.

Punnichy RCMP are asking the public’s help in locating Vernon Charles Bigsky (29), Jonas Darian McNab (19) and Shane Darrell Wolfe (30), all from the Muskowekwan First Nation in connection with this incident.

If anyone has information about their whereabouts, please contact the Punnichy RCMP at 306-835-5200, or call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at



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