The sad killings of four University of Idaho students last month have left the globe in constant suspense.
Unexpectedly, the murderer is still at large some weeks later. However, as they strive to solve the mystery, authorities are gradually updating the public with new information.
Authorities have said that they will step up campus security in advance of the approaching graduation from the school. Chief James Fry of the Moscow Police Department particularly informed the publication that he has increased the number of officers patrolling while families enjoy their special day.
Fry made care to caution everyone to exercise caution during a news conference on Saturday, December 10. He also discussed going in groups and frequently communicating with loved ones.
It has been almost a month since the murder inquiry was closed. Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were killed by a fatal stabbing at their off-campus apartment on November 13. Sadly, Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin also perished while residents.
Police have repeatedly said that a combat-style knife was used as the weapon. The identities of any suspects are yet unknown, while those with clearance are making the rounds. Two of their remaining roommates, who reportedly slept through the attacks, are among them.
Jack, Goncalves’ ex-boyfriend, is not a relevant figure. She and Madison, according to prior stories, called Kaylee’s ex-boyfriend ten times in a panic shortly before they died.
The FBI also received numerous reports regarding the stalker of the same student, but those tips did not yield any results.
According to the most recent report on the inquiry, authorities are currently attempting to contact the occupants of a white 2011–2013 Hyundai Elantra. On that fatal evening, the car was spotted close to the crime scene.
It is yet unknown if the people inside are considered potential witnesses or suspects.
One of the victims’ fathers made an odd statement earlier this month concerning the “method of death” between his daughter and her deceased companion not matching.
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