Police looking for Hyundai Elantra in connection with murdered Idaho college students

More than three weeks after 4 college students had been discovered lifeless at a house in Moscow, Idaho, native police stated they’re looking for the occupant or occupants of a automobile that was “in the area” of the house the place the students had been killed on the night time of the slayings.

“Detectives are interested in speaking with the occupant(s) of a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra, with an unknown license plate,” the Moscow Police Department stated Wednesday.  Detectives consider the occupant or occupants could have “critical information to share” relating to the slayings, police stated.

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Posted by City of Moscow Police Department on Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Police didn’t share any additional particulars on what info they consider the particular person or individuals in the automotive may know, or how the automotive got here to their consideration. In earlier statements, the Moscow Police Department has stated that it’s dealing with 1000’s of suggestions and greater than 113 items of bodily proof

The quadruple homicide occurred early in the morning of Sunday, Nov. 13, someday after 3:00 a.m. Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle had been discovered lifeless on the second and third flooring of the rental house that Mogen, Goncalves and Kernodle lived in with two different roommates. Chapin and Kernodle had been relationship. 

The 4 had been discovered stabbed to loss of life in their beds at round midday the identical day. The coroner who performed the autopsies stated that the victims had been possible asleep, although some had defensive wounds. The homicide weapon has not been discovered. 

A suspect has not been named in the case. Police have maintained that the killings had been focused, although they couldn’t say if the goal was the residence or one of many 4 victims. 

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