Idaho Murder: The Moscow University, University of Idaho has canceled classes Monday to honor homicide victims.
In a Monday statement, University of Idaho President Scott Green said the four students found dead near campus on Sunday are “believed to be victims of homicide.”
Around 9 p.m., an email was sent to all University of Idaho students and employees. “On Sunday, Nov. 13, President Scott Green announced that classes would be canceled on Monday, Nov. 14, to honor four UI students suspected of homicide.”
Also, the student’s family members are also informed about their death.
The Moscow Police Department responded to a call for an unconscious person on King Road shortly before noon on Sunday. Officers arrived and discovered four dead people. The investigation is still ongoing, and no suspect has been identified.
After the Moscow Police reach out from the dead body they investigate and try to find the body’s identification and inform their family members.
The MPD(Moscow Police Department) believes there is no active threat to the public. The Idaho State Police have been called in to assist with the investigation.
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According to Moscow police Captain Tyson Berrett, the bodies were discovered in a home that had been converted into an apartment. But there is nothing any progress or clue.
About the investigation, The Moscow Police inquired about each and every person and also told the individual people if someone has information then call to call the Moscow Police Department at 208-882-COPS.
There’s is nothing updates till now, the investigation still going on, and the MPD is trying to find out why and who execute this killing.