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Winnipeg police still have not made any arrests in the so-called ninja killer case more than a week after two men were shot to death and a teenager was left in critical condition.

A spokeswoman for the Winnipeg police would only say officers are still investigating the three shootings in the North End.

On Oct. 23, Ian MacDonald, 52, and Tommy Beardy, 35, were killed in separate shooting incidents, while Samantha Stevenson, 13, was shot on Stella Walk. All were shot between 8:35 p.m. and shortly after 9 p.m.

Witnesses said the attacker fled on a bike looking like they were wearing dark coloured clothing like a Ninja.

In the wake of the shootings to ease fear in the North End, Winnipeg police moved a mobile command centre into the area.