Idaho murders: Does Jack DuCoeur own a white Hyundai Elantra? Web sleuth thinks he has found vehicle
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Moscow police have yet to solve the horrific November 13 deaths of four University of Idaho students. Since the massacre, web sleuths have started cranking out strange, unconfirmed claims one after the other, only a month after the murders.
Recently, the police have repeatedly asked the public to step forward with information about the investigation's 'vehicle of interest' — a white Hyundai Elantra — as the vehicle was in the "immediate area" of the home where the four students were stabbed to death. The police and FBI are actively looking at street footage from around the town for a lucky break to find the car and crack the case.
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Recently, one web sleuth zeroed in on a new theory about a white vehicle spotted near Jack DuCoer's house. However, this speculation has not been verified by any official sources and could be entirely baseless. The Twitter user wrote, "Screenshots from a video shot from the roof that is allegedly Jack DuCoeur's house. This house is less than 20 seconds away from the murder house on foot. His house looked directly into the murder house." The user then asked, "Check out the car. Does anyone know what type of vehicle this is?"
Screenshots from a video shot from the roof that is allegedly Jack DuCoeur’s house. This house is less than 20 seconds away from the murder house by foot. His house looked directly into the murder house. Check out the car. Anyone know what type of vehicle this is? #idahohomicides pic.twitter.com/CKnhpHAysq— Buzz Bradley 🌐 (@DisneyOnParade) December 16, 2022
Cops are investigating with the help of the FBI, while 'an army of analysts' sift though hours of CCTV footage from around the town. Moscow police have also warned web detectives, stating that any false information or defamatory statements about anyone involved in the case will result in police action. With several possibilities ruled out and no arrests so far, police have faced a challenging task, especially in light of rising pressure from victims' families and the public. Only two of the housemates were able to escape the carnage. When Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke awoke several hours later, they allegedly discovered the dead bodies and contacted 911. They are not suspects, according to the Idaho Police Department.