Surveillance Footage Obtained by State Police that Could Provide Key Insight into Car Murder Case
There were police who reportedly obtained giant surveillance footage of a gas station in Moscow’s rural college town on Tuesday where four University of Idaho students were murdered in early November.
As for what Fox news had revealed the photos retrieved span over eight hours. The relevant segment is said to have been recorded at least in round three for the time being. Nine o’clock in the morning, when the fatal stabbing occurred. In this clip, a white sedan drives past the gas station.
A portrait of a car from footage possibly meditated on with images from a smartphone, it had shown a white car driving at night. It’s easily recognizable by its powerful, visible headlights. Later last week, police in a previously dormant network confirmed that a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra was in the area the night the scientist was stabbed. No photos have yet been provided of the actual vehicle the police found.
Surveillance Footage Obtained by State Polic Could Provide Key Insight into Car Being Sought in University of Idaho Student Murders Case
According to a post by Law And Crime, the gas station surveillance footage that could provide the first glimpse of the vehicle has caught the attention of investigators.
In an interview with the network in the morning, the night shift deputy director said she had been slowly reviewing surveillance footage over the past few days in her spare time.
“I feel weird being in front of the camera,” said the salesman, who declined to be named out of concern for her. Safely, she told Fox News.
After finding out, she said she contacted the police through a hotline set up expressly to help solve the murder mystery.