Idaho murders – updates: Moscow police target mystery automobile; more crime scene information emerges
New information regarding the location of the violent stabbings last month at the University of Idaho has been released by a neighbor of the victims.
The deaths of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle were earlier reported by the Moscow Police Department to have occurred between 3 and 4 a.m. on November 13.
After a 911 call from one of the surviving roommates, police came to find the four dead before noon. They had returned home before 2 a.m.
In the second story, police discovered the deaths of Chapin and Kernodle, while in the third, Mogen and Goncalves were discovered in a chamber.
Although they were on the first floor when the stabbings occurred, the two roommates are thought to have slept through the commotion and not woken up until nearly nine hours later when the call about an “unconscious individual” was made.
Now, a neighbor of the victims has spoken up to Fox News Digital, saying that they saw the entrance door, which leads to the first level, wide open at 8.30 a.m. on the day of the attack.
Meanwhile, on November 13, around 2 a.m., a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra was spotted “in the local region” of the King Road residence, prompting investigators to seek its driver and passengers.
Investigators have indicated that the person inside “may have crucial information to give regarding this crime” and have appealed to the public for leads.
As of today, more than three weeks after the murders, no suspects have been identified or arrested.
- Those who have already been cleared by police as suspects may be reinterviewed.
- The Goncalves family is considering their legal options in the wake of Kaylee’s death.
- The police chief weeps as he promises the case will not go cold.
- Families of victims will receive their belongings.
- Kaylee Goncalves’s “stalker’ accusation is explained in detail.
- The police want the people inside a white Hyundai Elentra.