An Idaho prosecutor was seen entering the Moscow home where four University of Idaho students were killed early Sunday morning.
The four students, Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, were stabbed to death early Sunday between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. at a Moscow, Idaho, home near the university campus, according to police.
Latah County Attorney Bill Thompson was seen entering the King Road home Friday where the incident occurred.
Thompson was seen entering the home along with several members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Behavior Analysis Unit.
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Investigators have been gathering evidence inside the house since Sunday. Police do not have any suspects in custody, according to a Friday night news release from the Moscow Police Department. On Saturday, investigators were seen measuring tire tracks outside the King Road home.
Police said the victims were probably sleeping when they were stabbed multiple times.
“The coroner said that all four victims were probably asleep, some had defensive wounds and each was stabbed multiple times. There were no signs of sexual assault,” the Moscow Police Department said.
Two other roommates were inside the house when the attacks occurred, but police do not consider them suspects and say the couple were not injured.
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Police are trying to locate the knife used in the attack and have contacted local businesses to find out where the “fixed blade knife” was purchased.
Shortly before the attack, both Mogen and Goncalves were seen at the Grub Wandering Kitchen food truck. The two were brought home by a “private party,” according to police, but did not add if the women knew the driver.
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Kernodle and Chapin were attending a party at the Sigma Chi fraternity house on campus before returning to the King Road home around 1:45 a.m. Sunday.
While police initially described the attack as an “isolated and targeted attack” with “no imminent threat to the wider community,” Moscow Police Department Chief James Fry refuted that description during a news conference on Wednesday. in the evening.
“We do not have a suspect at this time and we cannot say that there is not a threat to the community,” Fry said. “There’s a threat out there, possibly.”
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“We have to be vigilant,” Fry said. “We have to take care of our neighbors.”
Fox News’ Audrey Conklin contributed to this report.