Knife, Mask Among Extensive List of Evidence in Idaho Murders
Early in the morning of Sunday, November 13th, the selfish acts of a criminal took the lives of four University of Idaho students that had done no harm--nothing wrong at all. The students were at home, with their friends, their loved ones--and four were brutally stabbed to death. Two survived, knowing nothing of the crime until much later that morning.
The crime captured the entire globe--and after weeks of investigating, police arrested Bryan Kohberger as the suspect.
The trial doesn't begin until June--and the State of Idaho was quick to place a gag order on the case, limiting the amount of information that is available to the public on the case--in an attempt to NOT compromise the trial.
Little is still known about the case and what investigators do or do not know--but recently unsealed documents show more of a glimpse of what was taken from Kohberger's Pennsylvania home:
Items Taken from Bryan Kohberger in Pennsylvania
Some of these items are vague--but that is an extensive list.
While a knife is the first thing listed, authorities continued to report after his arrest that they had not found "the murder weapon"-- it will be interesting to see if a connection is made.
Parts from the white Hyundai Elantra were also taken by police-- those are listed below:
Prior to unsealing the list of items taken from the home in Pennsylvania where Bryan Kohberger was arrested--documents were released that detail what was taken from his apartment in Pullman, Washington. The apartment was just miles from the crime scene. Take a look at those, below: