Idaho murders Updates: Moscow Police returns all victims’ belongings to grieving families

Idaho murders Updates: After 3 weeks of investigation 4 Idaho university students dead, polices intend to return all the victims' items to their families.

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Idaho murders Updates: After 3 weeks of investigation of four Idaho university students dead, Idaho polices intend to return all the victims’ accessories which are used for the investigation to their families.

Back on the 13th of November in front of the University of Idaho which is located in Moscow,  4 university student was found dead after using a sharp weapon however all the student belongs to 20 or 21 age.

Almost 3 weeks of being gone the incident a murder investigation, Moscow polices got 1000 tips, 1000 video clips, and evidence, and also invented all the friends and relatives of the dead students but no one is arrested yet.

Also, Police has seized 5 cards near the victim homes.

According to the source a lawmaker, and all the local and international news media from Idaho, Moscow’s area has expressed concern about what happened to the investigation of the university of Idaho murders Updates, and why the murders went unsolved after 3 weeks gone.

Speaking about all of the 4 victims of the University of Idaho, 2 students are 20 year age Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, and the other two students are 21 years old, Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen. While they are setting on their bed, they are attacked by an intruder with a knife, and also they are in self-defense. By the Investigation the death time is the public at 3 to 4 pm.

Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, And Madison Mogen, 21, Were Found Dead In Their House Nearly Two Weeks Ago
Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, were found dead in their house nearly two weeks ago

On Tuesday according to the Moscow police, it’s time to return and release from the investigation which includes all the items of the victim as well their rental home.

Police say that are “no longer needed for the investigation”.

“All the information is shared in a YouTube video which is posted by Idaho Police chief James Fry, he also said it was time to return the items that meant so much to the families. “I’m a dad. I understand the meaning behind some of those things of their family.” ”

Also, there is another statement published by the Idaho police that All the victim items will be relocated to a “secure location” until their families can pick them up, But the residence is still a crime location.

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