Murder Of Four University Of Idaho Students Is ‘Highest Priority,’ Police Chief Says

  • “We collected 103 pieces of individual evidence. We took approximately 4,000 photographs. We’ve come and conducted multiple 3D scans of the residence,” Idaho State Patrol Col. Kedrick Wills said at the press conference, according to CNN.
  • Moscow Police Capt. Roger Lanier added that the department is putting “all of our resources into investigating these murders” and would work through the Thanksgiving holiday.
  • “This is our highest priority. It will remain our highest priority. We owe that to the family,” Moscow Police Chief James Fry said.
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