Idaho police taking a step back from their comments that the four University of Idaho students killed in their bedrooms, were targeted.
Originally, comments were made by investigators that the public “will just have to trust us,” that the evidence collected indicated that the students were the intended victims of the murders and that the public at large is safe.
Now, in a released statement, the Moscow Police Department says these comments came from a miscommunication with the Latah County Prosecutor’s Office, and that “detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted but continue to investigate.”
Last night the University of Idaho held a vigil in honor of the student. Several hundred people attended.
TIPLINE: Moscow Police Department (208) 883-7054
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