Idaho Detectives Weigh Stalker Theory In Quadruple Murder Case
Almost a month has passed since four University of Idaho students were brutally murdered inside a residence just a few blocks from campus. State homicide investigators aren't ruling out the possibility that one of the female victims could have been targeted by an area stalker.
On Sunday, November 13, the bodies of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were discovered stabbed to death near the University of Idaho campus in Moscow. No arrests have been made as police continue to question people who knew the four victims intimately.
One of the latest reports in the case involves a white automobile that was reportedly seen near the murder scene in the hours before the crime was carried out. There's a buzz swirling around the case that now involves a potential stalker. It's possible that the occupant of this white vehicle had eyes on the group of young students as they entered the residence, and then proceeded to carry out the heinous crime.
Nearly one in three women in the United States has dealt with a stalker on some level, according to numbers shared by stalkingawareness.org. In most cases, the victims are stalked by someone they know, such as a former partner. This theory makes a lot of sense seeing that the assailant gained access to the residence with no disturbance reported by neighbors.
If you have any details that can help Idaho detectives solve this case and bring the person(s) responsible for this crime to justice, please call 208-882-2677.