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Idaho Students Murder Update: Survivors Break Silence as Police Continue to Investigate

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The two survivors of the Idaho murder house speak out for the first time in a heartbreaking statement read aloud by a church pastor, as clueless cops reveal they still have no suspects. The two survivors of the Idaho mass murder mystery have spoken out for the first time, as police admit there are no viable suspects.

The heartbreaking statements were delivered over the weekend at a gathering to remember the four college students killed in the slayings last month, and were written by the four’s surviving roommates.

Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke were sleeping on the first floor of the house when the late-night attack occurred, and they were apparently spared, while the four victims on the second floor were stabbed to death. Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, and Xana Kernodle, were stabbed to death in the early morning hours of November 13. One of the survivors said in a tearful appeal that she wished she could give each of her roommates ‘one last hug’ and tell them how much she ‘loved them’ one last time.

Madison Mogen, left, and Kaylee Goncalves were among the four University of Idaho homicide victims Instagram

The statements came as Moscow police admitted in a statement Saturday that despite receiving thousands of tips about the mysterious murders, officers have yet to identify a suspect or determine a motive.

That claim was made as the department’s investigation into the November 13 murders entered its third week, a critical stage because police are only now beginning to receive forensic results from the house where the murders occurred. Sleuths and webfans who follow criminal cases are also actively searching for clues online.

Mortensen said that were both the type of people who cared about everyone and would assist anyone. She went on to describe Chapin as an older brother figure to her who was goofy, sarcastic, loving, caring, and easy to talk to. Kernodle was his entire world, and one could see it.  

The brutal murders have been described as “an isolated, targeted attack” by Moscow police. Students at the University of Idaho who left campus for Thanksgiving break were given the option of staying at home and learning remotely rather than returning to campus with a suspect still on the loose. Police have also yet to reveal a motive for the quadruple murder.

Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen were two of the students found dead in a suspected homicide ( Image: Instagram)

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