Police still yet to name suspect nearly 2 weeks after University of Idaho murders
Added 11-25-22 09:18:03pm EST - “Nearly two weeks after four University of Idaho students were found knifed to death in their off-campus home, police have still not publicly identified a suspect in the horrific slay.” - Nypost.com
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Nearly two weeks after four University of Idaho students were found knifed to death in their off-campus home, police have still not publicly identified a suspect.
As students emptied out of the college town for Thanksgiving, investigators once again returned to the taped-off murder scene in Moscow on Friday — 13 days after Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21 were found stabbed to death at the house.
Despite pursuing countless tips, analyzing more than 100 pieces of evidence and reviewing thousands of photos and videos taken before and after the killings, law enforcement officials appear to not be any closer to identifying the suspected killer or killers.
Authorities have not named a motive for the early morning slayings and have failed thus far to locate the murder weapon — believed to be a fixed-blade knife.
The Moscow Police Department has not provided any update of its investigation since Tuesday, when they ruled out a slew of suspects, including the slain students’ two other roommates Bethany Funke and Dylan Mortensen — who were asleep in another floor of the home and spared by the killer.
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