Idaho Governor Brad Little is committing up to a million dollars to help pay for the resources needed to find who killed four University of Idaho students.
Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were found stabbed to death inside an apartment near campus on November 13th. The Moscow Police Department held a press conference on Wednesday to update the public about the investigation. Idaho State Police Colonel Kedrick Wills announced the funding commitment from Governor Little during the press conference. ISP is assisting the Moscow PD with the investigation and officers are helping patrol campus. Colonel Wills also provided details about the extent of this investigation. Over 100 pieces of evidence have been collected, over 4,000 thousand pictures have been taken, over a thousand tips have been received and about 150 interviews have been conducted.
Moscow Police Chief James Fry says detectives will be working the case through Thanksgiving and notes that there will be increased campus patrols when students return next week.
Investigators continue to say this was a specific targeted attack. No suspects have been arrested and none have been identified. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact investigators here https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/1064/King-Street-Homicide
The FBI is also helping with the investigation.