Police in Moscow, Idaho are looking to speak with the owner or owners of a white 2011–2013 Hyundai Elantra that was in the “immediate area” of the home the morning of the horrific crimes as they start to remove some of the victims’ personal effects from the home where four University of Idaho students were killed.
According to police, “investigators believe the occupant(s) of this car may have important information to contribute regarding this case.”
Early in the day, the collection of objects “no longer needed for the inquiry” began in order to return some of the artefacts to the relatives of the victims.
According to Moscow Police Chief James Fry, “it’s time for us to get those things back that actually mean something to those families, and perhaps help with some of their recovery.”
Nearly a month has passed since the early hours of Nov. 13 saw the fatal stabbing of Xana Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, along with housemates Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, and Xana Kernodle.
Nobody has been identified as a suspect.
Authorities claim that two surviving housemates who are not suspects were at home during the attacks and most likely slept through them. The four casualties were on the second and third stories, while they were on the bottom floor.
The house is still a crime scene, according to police, who also stated on Tuesday that “progress is still being made in the investigation.”