Moscow Police: U of I murder victim stalker has not been verified or identified
MOSCOW, Idaho — Moscow Police provided an update on the investigation of the quadruple murder at the University of Idaho.
Investigators have been looking into reports that Kaylee Goncalves, one of the four students killed, had a stalker.
Moscow Police have pursued hundreds of pieces of information, but have not been able to identify a stalker or verify that Kaylee had one.
There have also been questions about the terminology of the murder weapon. Police say the knife believed to be used in the attacks is a fix-blade knife. The weapon has not been found.
A new webpage on the City of Moscow website has been set up as a consolidated location for information resources related to the investigation. The new page can be found at https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/1064/King-Street-Homicide.
Moscow Police are holding a news conference on Wednesday at 1 p.m. to give an update on the murder investigation.
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