MOSCOW, IDAHO: Of the four University of Idaho students that d!ed on November 13th, two were last seen alive at 1.41 am ordering food from a late-night food truck.
A man in a hoodie can be seen following Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen as they place their orders and converse with some additional customers in the event video.
At 11 p.m., Mogen and Goncalves entered the Corner Club bar and stayed until 1:30 a.m. After waiting around ten minutes, they headed to Grub Truckers at roughly 1.40 in the morning and got a $10 carbonara. They may be seen conversing with several other individuals waiting beside the truck while they wait.
According to the True Crime Society, the cloaked figure may be Jack Showalter. They contend that Showalter was just expelled from his fraternity and might have the identical knife used to m*rder the students mentioned above.
So yes, there have been no arrests. Detectives claimed that this included the man seen in the video and the two housemates who managed to escape the carnage.
Idaho Tribune provided the following tweet, which you may find interesting to read as well:
Footage from Saturday night purportedly shows two victims of the Moscow Idaho Student murders
Kaylee Goncalves & Madison Mogen appear to order at a food truck just hours before the King Rd homicide pic.twitter.com/tD9DytoHjO
— Idaho Tribune (@IdahoTribune) November 16, 2022
The authorities have not entirely ruled out the likelihood of more than one m*rderer. They are currently looking to see whether anyone recently purchased a fixed blade.
The University of Idaho has 11,000 students, but Moscow, a town bordering Washington State, has 25,000 residents. In almost seven years, there had not been a homicide in the city.
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Students allegedly said in recent interviews that they typically felt safe riding their bikes around campus unlocked or out late at night. However, many students left campus early for Thanksgiving break after the horrifying ki!!ings out of concern that a “serial killer” was still on the loose.
Students who stayed behind have taken extra precautions and always walk in groups. According to the New York Times, a nearby cafe informed its patrons that it would close early so staff members could arrive home before dark.
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