[Crime Stories with Nancy Grace] Idaho Student Murders: Killer Spotted Returning to Scene?

Moscow police continue to pour through hours of video related to the search for a white Hyundai Elantra that may be connected to the University of Idaho student murders.

The car was spotted by an overnight manager at a gas station on their store surveillance video and turned over to cops. It shows the car passing around 3:45 AM.

Joining Nancy Grace today:

Dale Carson – High Profile Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer (Miami-Dade County); Author: “Arrest-Proof Yourself”
Caryn Stark – NYC Psychologist; Twitter: @carynpsych, Facebook: “Caryn Stark”
Sheryl McCollum – Forensic Expert, Founder: Cold Case Investigative Research Institute in Atlanta, GA; Twitter: @ColdCaseTips
Irv Brandt -Senior Inspector, US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch; Chief Inspector, DOJ Office of International Affairs; Country Attache, US Embassy Kingston, Jamaica; Author: “Solo Shot: Curse of the Blue Stone” available on Amazon in January; Twitter: @JackSoloAuthor
Chris McDonough – Director At the Cold Case Foundation, Former Homicide Detective; Worked over 300 Homicides in a 25-year career; Host of YouTube channel, “The Interview Room”
Dr. Priya Banerjee, M.D.  – Board Certified Forensic Pathologist, Anchor Forensic Pathology Consulting
Dave Mack – Crime Online Investigative Reporter; Host of “The Mark and Mack Show,” LifeRadio.FM

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[Featured image: FILE – A flyer seeking information about the killings of four University of Idaho students who were found dead is displayed on a table along with buttons and bracelets on Nov. 30, 2022, during a vigil in memory of the victims in Moscow, Idaho. Police are asking for help finding the occupant of a car that was seen near where the students were stabbed to death last month, saying that person could have “critical information” about the case. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)]