Idaho Police get Idaho students murders suspect Car video footage from a gas station

The Idaho police have found video footage from a gas station where the suspect of the Idaho student murder car was seen speeding near the 4 Idaho student's crime sense.

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Almost 1 month gone since the 4 students in the University of Idaho murder, but the suspect is not caught.

Tuesday a report is published by the Idaho police, based on that report the Idaho cops say they had found a video of the suspect cars which are seen speeding near the 4 Idaho student’s crime sense. The Idaho authority says they found the hours of video footage from a Moscow gas station.

The video evidence shows, a white sedan zooming past the night four college students were killed at their nearby home.

Idaho polices has taken serious action on this evidence because the last week when they sized 5 cards also they told they have looking for a white car which is in the footage.

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The Moscow police said they were searching for the occupants of a white Hyundai who may have “critical information” regarding the killings of four University of Idaho students last month.

The assistant manager of the Gas station told on Fox news when he make her night shift, he had seen a white card passing from the gas station around 3:45 a.m on November 13

The worker of the gas station, who asked that her name not be used for fear of her safety while the murderer or murderers are still at large, claimed that on Monday night she saw the car and sent a screenshot to a police tip address.

The clerk, who wasn’t working the night of the murders, told Fox News, “I had a weird feeling to go get on the cameras.”, also he claimed that the car was running very fast.

The Idaho police have told that the white Hyundai, which may be an Elantra model from 2011 to 2013, that looks exactly like the footage car, was crossed from the crime scene where Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, were found dead.

It is not sure about the car number plate, Police say the footage is sent to the investigation after the investigation they will be sure about the footage.

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