Idaho murders: Investigators scouring CCTV footage as far as 24 miles away in Troy and Kendrick

Idaho murders: Investigators scouring CCTV footage as far as 24 miles away in Troy and Kendrick
Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20 were stabbed to death on November 13 (xanakernodle/Instagram and kayleegoncalves/Instagram)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: To obtain surveillance footage related to the University of Idaho killings, investigators reportedly traveled at least 24 miles to the east of Moscow, Idaho, to the nearby communities of Troy and Kendrick. An employee at a gas station in Troy, Idaho, on Highway 8, roughly 12 miles east of Moscow, told Fox News that investigators reached out to the gas station and requested CCTV footage. However, the request didn't yield results as there was no exterior-facing camera on the site.

In Kendrick, roughly 24 miles east of Moscow, another manager at the Food City supermarket revealed that detectives requested video from cameras on their site. The manager told Fox News that the company was able to digitally deliver the security footage sought by the Idaho State Police on November 30 for dates between November 12 and 14. Neither the gas station nor the grocery shop claimed to have inspected their own video for anything unusual.



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It was earlier reported that authorities requested surveillance footage from dozens of establishments in the town of Moscow, including a liquor store, a coffee shop, a gym, and a gas station. According to investigators, the students were killed between 3 and 4 in the morning. Investigators have also obtained gas station surveillance footage that reportedly captured a white vehicle, possibly the Hyundai Elantra that the suspect might have used, passing by at roughly 3.45 am on the day of the murders.