Police seeking car believed to be in area of quadruple murder of Idaho students

A white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra with unknown number plate is being searched by the Moscow Police Department.

MOSCOW, Idaho — Editor’s Note: The above video of the surviving roommates of murdered Idaho students originally aired on December 5, 2022.

Police detectives are searching for a vehicle they believe could have key information in their investigation of four University of Idaho student murders last month.

Moscow police are interested in talking to people in a 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra with an unidentified number plate in the area of ​​the residence on King Street, where the murder took place in the early morning hours of November 13.

Investigators believe the occupants may have important information related to the case.

Model images of the vehicle have been released by the Moscow Police Department (MPD), although no actual images of the vehicle in question have been released. Anyone with information regarding the vehicle is asked to call the hotline at 208-883-7180 ​​or email tipline@ci.moscow.id.us.

The MPD also began moving the victims’ personal items out of the King Street mansion where they lived at the request of the victim’s family on Wednesday.

Sheriff James Fry accompanied MPD officers to the mansion Wednesday morning in a Uhaul, and personal items were removed from the home by 12 p.m.

While this is an atypical action by the MPD, Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell believes it is appropriate in this case.

“We’ve been at the crime scene for quite some time and you know, the family wants to get someone’s stuff back, there’s definitely some emotional issues and I think that helps heal a bit and We want to join. that process,” Snell said.

Several students at the University of Idaho have returned home from the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin.

“This weekend I’m going home, back to Boise, for that. My family is worried, and rightly so,” freshman Ella Wise told KING 5 last week. Her roommates will also go home – students say they don’t feel safe because no one is being held in custody over the deaths of four of their peers.

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Edmund DeMarche

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