University Of Idaho Murders: White Hyundai Elantra Found Wrecked – 500 Miles Away!
Did law enforcement finally make a big break in the University of Idaho murders??
It’s been over a month since Kaylee Goncalves, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were found brutally killed in their off-campus housing. And while Moscow PD have gotten thousands of tips, the one piece of info they’ve asked for has eluded them — the whereabouts of a white Hyundai Elantra they believe is tied to the crime scene. The police posted on Facebook:
“Investigators believe the occupant(s) of this vehicle may have critical information to share regarding this case.”
Well, the car may finally have been found! But as with most new info in this case, it’s only raising more questions than it’s answering…
OK, so first off, a car that matches the description was found abandoned in Eugene, Oregon — about 500 miles from the Idaho crime scene. According to Law&Crime, after being alerted to the vehicle, Eugene Police reached out to Moscow PD, who — per a public information officer — “are aware of the vehicle and are investigating it.”
It’s unclear if this car has been ID’ed as the one from the Idaho murders. It’s possible the Eugene PD were able to tie the VIN number to Moscow — but the license plate had been removed, which in itself is pretty suspicious… And that’s not the only worrying thing about the vehicle. Just take a look:
Yeah, that’s some pretty serious damage. It seems someone wrecked the car and abandoned it — but not before taking away the license plate??
What does it all mean? Hopefully that law enforcement are one big step closer to solving this thing…
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