Police warn that University of Idaho student killer could strike again

Much-maligned Idaho cops — who are under pressure to find the killer who murdered four college kids last month — warned locals and visitors to be cautious on Saturday as winter celebrations began.

Authorities warned people in the area to remain vigilant during the celebration and to travel in groups as the killer is still at large, the Daily Mail reported.

“Starting this weekend there will be an influx of people coming from out of town. The Moscow Police Department and Idaho State Police will provide cover on campus and in the Moscow area,” police said in a statement.

“As always, we would like to remind the public to remain vigilant, travel in groups and to communicate with family and friends during travel.”

Police Chief James Fry said more officers will be deployed to the streets and to the university for the event – but has given no real information that would suggest police are approaching a suspect.

Moscow police said Saturday morning that they have more than 10 investigators investigating the killings and that nearly 50 FBI agents are working to solve the case, including some in Moscow itself.

Moscow Police Chief James Fry is assisted by other members of law enforcement to remove personal belongings from four University of Idaho students who were stabbed to death at an off-campus home on December 7, 2022 in Moscow, Idaho.
James Fry removes personal belongings of murdered students from an off-campus home.
James Keivom
Last photo of the victims, taken just hours before their untimely deaths.  The four University of Idaho students found dead in off-campus accommodation were identified Monday as Madison Mogen, 21, top left, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, bottom left, Ethan Chapin, 20, center, and Xana Kernodle ( 20) identified on the right.

University of Idaho students Madison Mogen, 21, top left, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, bottom left, Ethan Chapin, 20, center, and Xana Kernodle, 20, right, were found murdered on November 13, 2022.


Graduates rally nearly a month after four University of Idaho students on Saturday, April 10. University of Idaho students Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin and Kaylee Goncalves were the victims of a quadruple murder at an outside home nearly a month ago of the campus.  (James Keivom for the New York Post)

Graduates gather at the University of Idaho for the fall semester December 10, almost a month after the four students were murdered.


Graduates after the University of Idaho's winter began, nearly a month after four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death at an off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho, on Saturday, December 10, 2022.  University of Idaho students Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin and Kaylee Goncalves were the victims of a quadruple murder at an off-campus home nearly a month ago.  (James Keivom for the New York Post)

Graduates on December 10th.


A memorial outside the Mad Greek Restaurant for four University of Idaho students who were stabbed to death on November 17, 2022 in Moscow, Idaho.
Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were murdered on November 13th.
James Keivom
The University of Idaho held its winter start on December 10, 2022.
The University of Idaho held its winter start on December 10, 2022.
James Keivom

“We’re still working on the investigation,” Fry said. “We keep pushing forward.”

Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were killed in the early hours of November 13 at a home not far from the school grounds.

After nearly a month, the case remains a mystery with police and the FBI not releasing any suspects or profiles of the possible killer.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/10/moscow-idaho-cops-give-warning-as-killer-remains-at-large/ Police warn that University of Idaho student killer could strike again

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