Two slain University of Idaho students were caught on camera discussing an unknown man several hours before losing their lives in an unsolved quadruple murder last month.
Kaylee Goncalves and Maddie Mogen, both 21, appeared on newly disclosed surveillance video that was purportedly taken on the morning of Nov. 13 in downtown Moscow, Idaho, according to Fox News.
The victims were wearing the same clothes they were seen in while patronizing a food truck on a Twitch livestream hours before they were murdered. They also reportedly appeared to be with the same man they were seen at the food truck with, who police have said is not a suspect.
The footage, which was reportedly provided to the outlet by the administrators of a Facebook group called “University of Idaho Murders – Case Discussion,” also contained audio.
“Maddie, what did you say to Adam?” said a woman whose voice appeared to match Goncalves’s on her TikTok videos.
“Like, I told Adam everything,” her companion replied, referring to an unidentified mystery man.
The sorority sisters left the Corner Club bar around 1:30 a.m. that fateful night before walking to the food truck and getting a cab back to their off-campus rental, police said.
They were stabbed to death along with roommate Xana Kernodle, 20 and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, several hours later.
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A scream was reportedly heard by a neighbor around 4 a.m., around the the time when police believed the murders were committed.
Two other roommates and a dog were sparred by the killer, and a 911 call was made from the home around noon, police said.
The victims were not sexually assaulted and some of them suffered defensive wounds, according to authorities.
The unidentified young man seen on the new footage wearing a hooded sweatshirt had also been seen alongside the woman at the food truck, and was vilified by some online sleuths as a potential suspect, prompting police to warn against online harassment.
“People are drawing the conclusion that he’s creepy from that [few] minutes, and I want to give a bigger picture,” Facebook group creator Kristine Cameron told the outlet. “He wasn’t just staring at them … He was with them prior.”
“We can all scrutinize those couple of minutes at the food truck, but we just have to remember there was an entire evening before this,” she added.
Moscow Police Capt. Roger Laniersaid last week he was confident cops would “eventually” find the killer, despite the fact that a motive or suspect had yet to be announced in the month long investigation.