THE father of one of the Idaho murder victims has claimed a man heard in mysterious surveillance footage is not a suspect.
A haunting video showed two university students walking in central Moscow on November 13 – hours before they were found dead at their home off campus.
In the footage, a woman believed to be Kaylee Goncalves was heard saying to a second woman believed to be Madison Mogen, “What did you say to Adam?”
The second girl replied, “Well, I told Adam everything.”
Fox News reported that the first woman’s voice sounded similar to Kaylee’s, according to her TikTok page.
But Kaylee’s father, Steven, told Fox News that the man in the footage is not considered a suspect.
He said: “We asked and we did the obvious due diligence and we investigated that and it was pretty clear that this person as a suspect was not involved in the investigation.”
The two women appear to be wearing the same clothing as they were seen near a food truck earlier in the night.
Police revealed the students were seen near the truck before being driven back to their home just before 2am.
Police said the driver is also not considered a suspect in the case.
The killings allegedly occurred between 3 and 4 a.m. on November 13.
Kaylee’s injuries were reportedly “significantly more brutal” than those of the other victims.
Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin were also brutally stabbed.
Police revealed they were looking for a fixed-blade knife in connection with the case.
A gas station attendant, who went through hours of video surveillance footage, said he spotted a white sedan around 3:45 a.m.
The worker, who wished to remain anonymous, told DailyMail.com: “It could be the one the police are looking for.
“It definitely looks like it could be something.”
The clerk discovered the vehicle after searching surveillance footage during the “graveyard shift.”
It is unclear whether the limousine captured on video is the vehicle police wanted.
Cops have released an image of a 2011-13 Hyundai Elantra that was in the area where the killings took place.
But Kaylee’s mother, Kristi, had claimed she felt “left in the dark” after receiving information about the case from the news rather than the police.
The grieving parent said today: “The United States found out just about the same time I did.”
Reports have also surfaced about the possibility that Goncalves was being pursued before the killings took place.
A vape shop owner claimed to have spoken to Kaylee and Maddie about the alleged stalker in the weeks leading up to the murders.
He told NewsNation: “Kaylee and Maddie both came here, they always had a smile on their face, they were the light of the world
“They always came in with a group of four or five girls at most, they came in together all the time.
“I made a joke about them getting together that it was nice to see they were trying to stay safe.
“Maddie then said oh we’ve been chasing a friend of ours so we’re traveling in a group. She gave Kaylee a sign when she said it.”
The vape store executive claimed that the alleged stalker “apparently was something Kaylee had loads of trouble with.”
But Moscow police and Kaylee’s family have denied knowledge of an alleged stalker.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6948337/idaho-murder-victim-dad-breaks-silence-surveillance-footage/ Idaho murder victim’s father breaks the silence on a mystery man referenced in chilling new security footage