On Thursday afternoon, a family attorney obtained Kaylee Goncalves’ Range Rover from a Moscow storage facility. Kaylee Goncalves was murdered in Idaho.
Attorney Shanon Gray assisted two Moscow police officers in clearing snow and ice off the 2016 Range Rover Evoque that Goncalves had eagerly acquired only days before she was murdered.
Nearly six weeks after Goncalves was slain in a rented house close to the University of Idaho campus, Gray left the area at roughly 3 p.m. in the silver SUV.
On November 13, between 3 and 4 a.m., Kaylee Goncalves, her close friend Madison “Maddie” Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were fatally stabbed inside the King Road residence.
Five vehicles were hauled from the site roughly three weeks ago, including the Range Rover.
According to Kaylee’s mother Kristi Goncalves, “she recently bought a brand-new car for herself, her first car,” to Fox News‘ Lawrence Jones last month. “On Friday, she returned home to show off her brand-new car. Maddie needs to see my new motorcycle, she said. She needs to see this, sort of. Additionally, she was switching between chatting to Maddie and the automobile she was purchasing the entire time.”
The high-end vehicle represented Kaylee’s bright future, which included graduating in December, going on a backpacking trip around Europe in January, and beginning a lucrative marketing job in Austin, Texas, in February.
Her obituary stated that “she was a diligent worker, always holding a full-time job on top of her education even in high school.” Kaylee valued finer things in life and took great delight in treating herself to them.
On Wednesday, Kernodle’s blue Honda was removed from the municipal parking lot.
Police have not named a suspect in the brutal incident that has left the little college town inconsolable, nor have they found the huge fixed-blade knife they say was used in it.
The victims were each stabbed numerous times, according to the coroner, and were most likely attacked as they slept.
In order to find a white Hyundai that was spotted close to the crime site in the early hours of November 13, investigators are appealing to the general public for information.