Cops search woods near to Idaho quadruple murder, as local couple say dog was filleted weeks before

Investigators have trawled through a wooded area behind the house where four University of Idaho students were brutally knifed to death last weekend. 

Photos captured at the scene on Sunday show detectives scouring the nearby woodlands as they investigated where the possible killer may have lurked before murdering the four university students. 

Nonetheless, police still say they still have no promising leads and have not found a murder weapon a week after the four students were found brutally murdered. 

Roommates Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were fatally stabbed on Sunday November 13 between 3am and 4am. 

Investigators in Moscow, Idaho, were seen looking through the cordoned off bushes behind the home on King Road. Photos of the scene on Sunday show that federal authorities were also present.

Investigators positioned themselves at various places in the woods – as they desperately searched for clues near the murder scene. 


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