MOSCOW, ID. – For the first time, Moscow detectives have released new body camera footage during the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 13. Police hope that the footage can provide new leads the case of the four University of Idaho students killed.
In the video, police officers are seen on patrol in Moscow around the time investigators believe Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves were killed in a home on King Road near U of I.
In one video, officers issue citations to three teens for underage drinking. Investigators say that the people in the released videos have been cleared, and the incident has nothing to do with the murders. Police say the video was released hoping anybody familiar with the area is able to spot something out of place.
This all comes as detectives released a new update asking for any information on a 2011-2013 white Hyundai Elantra near the home on King Street on Nov. 13. Investigators believe the occupants of the car may have critical information to share in the murder case.
In the body cam footage, a white car can be seen, but it’s not the car Moscow Police are seeking information about.
Moscow Police are receiving many calls and tips about the car, but the department wants to remind the public that they’re looking for a specific vehicle.
Also, Moscow Police’s Public Information Officer Robbie Johnson said the investigation at the crime scene has finished, but the area will remain taped off and monitored.
Johnson says the car is the department’s most important lead in the investigation right now.
If you know or own a car matching the description, or know of anyone who may have seen the car after the murders, you are asked to call the Tip Line at 208-883-7180.
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