A handprint can be seen next to a strip of evidence on the window of the house where four University of Idaho students were murdered on November 13.
University of Idaho students, Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, died after being stabbed to death between 3 and 4 a.m. on November 13. Police have yet to arrest any suspects in connection with the murders.
Police said the four victims were at various locations in Moscow before returning to the King Road home at 1:56 a.m. Ethan and Xana were at a Sigma Chi fraternity house party on campus overnight November 12 and did not return home until 1:45 a.m. on November 13.
Mogen and Goncalves were seen on a Twitch stream at the Grub Wandering Kitchen food truck in Moscow at 1:40 a.m. The two were later arrived at the King Road home at 1:56 a.m. after being transported by a “private party”, that the police gave ‘t consider a suspect.
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Photos taken by Fox News Digital show the interior of several rooms through the windows of the house. One window has evidence tape attached, as well as a handprint nearby.
A “No network detected” screen appears on the television in one of the rooms of the house. In the kitchen, a bag can be seen with red Solo cups and unwashed dishes.
Fox News contributor and former Washington, DC homicide detective Ted Williams told Fox News Digital that the killer may have hit walls or other parts of the house, leaving evidence behind.
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“I would have to believe, as I said before, that they were very bloody or their clothes and they would certainly have stomped on each other in blood. So they might have hit a wall or other parts of the house. And those and those are information that would be evidence for the investigation here to try to determine who killed his people,” Williams said.
He added that the police probably put bureaucracy on anything possible that evidence exists.
“When they clean up a crime scene, they put evidence tapes everywhere they think there is evidence and they are the ones collecting that evidence. They will try to exclude it or exclude it as part of the crime scene,” Williams said.
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Police have yet to clear the crime scene and announced on Friday that private security would monitor the home.
“As detectives move forward with the homicide investigation, a private security company has been engaged to secure the scene to free up patrol resources. The scene remains under police control,” a news release read. of the Moscow Police Department.
Idaho State Police Communications Director Aaron Snell told Fox News Digital on Friday that authorities “plan to continue to hold the house.”
Five cars were towed from the house on Tuesday and taken to city-owned “long-term secure storage” for “additional evidence collection,” the state police communications director said Thursday. Idaho, Aaron Snell, at Fox News Digital.
Wednesday evening, the Moscow Police Department released a statement that “detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted, but are continuing to investigate.”
The Moscow Police Department later provided a statement to Fox News on Thursday saying officials still believe the attack was targeted.
“Our clarification last night directly addressed comments from Latah County District Attorney Thompson who said the suspect(s) specifically examined this residence and one or more of the occupants were undoubtedly targeted. We remain consistent. in our belief that it was indeed a targeted attack but have not concluded whether the target was the residence or its occupants,” the statement said.
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Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Moscow police at 208-883-7054 or email [email protected]
Fox News’ Christina Coleman and Alexandria Hernandez contributed to this report.