University of Idaho homicide victims believed stabbed to death in ‘isolated, targeted attack’: police

Law enforcement officials in Moscow, Idaho are now calling the quadruple homicide of four University of Idaho students an “isolated, targeted” attack. Police believe the four students became targets of a targeted attack over the weekend and were apparently stabbed to death.

  • FOX NEWS – Their deaths have been ruled homicides, and while “no weapons have been located, based on preliminary information, investigators believe that an edged weapon such as a knife was used” in the attack, the Moscow Police Department (MPD) said in a Tuesday morning statement.
  • CNN – “Investigators are continuing to work diligently on establishing a timeline of relevant events to re-create the victims’ activities on the evening of November 12 and early morning of November 13, following all leads and identifying persons of interest,” a police statement says.
  • CBS2 IDAHO NEWS – Multiple sources report that the FBI has now joined the investigation alongside Moscow Police in the suspected homicide of four University of Idaho students this weekend.
  • CBS NEWS – Autopsies scheduled to be completed later this week could provide more information on the exact cause of death.