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Moscow Police Are Looking for a White Car Near King Road Home In Relation to the University of Idaho Killings

Police are investigating the brutal stabbing death incidents that happen to four college students of the University of Idaho on Nov.13 in King Road Residence located in Moscow, Idaho. Police are still looking for more information about the white car sedan that was reportedly spotted near the crime scene that police believe to be an important piece related to the case.

Moscow Police released a statement stating that the detectives plan to speak with the occupants of a 2011 to 2013 White Hyundai Elantra with an unknown license plate for the reason that they are convinced enough that this certain vehicle might contain critical information that can solve the case of the said incident.

The students namely Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin—Kernodle’s boyfriend were killed just a few days away before their school Thanksgiving break. They were all stabbed to death multiple times and investigators believe that they were attacked while they are asleep because some of them had defensive wounds. The Latah County Coroner also determined that Kernoodle, Goncalves, Mogen, and Chapin all died from stab wounds, and their manner of death was a homicide.

One of the surviving roommates allegedly called a friend for assistance on November 13 because she thought one of the victims had passed out and was not waking up according to Moscow Police. In addition, authorities received a call reporting an unconscious person at 11:58 a.m. that certain day, however during the arrival of the authorities at the reported place they found the four students deceased.

Due to the slow progress of the investigation, several theories have emerged that include Goncalves allegedly having a stalker. The assumptions behind that theory, however, were disproved in a recent update by the authorities.

As the investigation continues the police had still no suspect in the custody and they still have not located the weapon. In a recent interview with the Moscow Police, they stated that they are determined to believe that the incident was a targeted attack, but the investigators have not given any more information if the target was in residence or if it was in the occupants.

The Moscow Police Department is collaborating with members of the FBI and the Idaho State Police to expedite the investigation.


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