A GAS station attendant has uncovered surveillance footage that could help police solve the murder of four University of Idaho students.
Footage captured by the gas station in Moscow, Idaho, shows a white sedan speeding away on the night of the murders of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, Fox News reported.
The vehicle may be the 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra that the Moscow Police Department has been asking since last week for help identifying the public.
“Investigators believe the occupants of this vehicle may have important information to share about this case,” police said Thursday.
The car may have passed the mobile at the corner of White Avenue and Highway 8 around 3:45 a.m. on November 13.
The petrol station worker, who asked not to be named because the killer is still at large, told the Daily Mail she spent hours poring over the video.
“I was just sitting here on the graveyard shift, really bored, and I decided to go through the surveillance footage,” the outlet’s lodging manager said. “I just thought I’d find something. I’m really intuitive.”
Police took eight hours of footage from the gas station. This is the second time investigators have visited the store.
The supervisor could not be reached for comment on Wednesday afternoon.
The Moscow Police Department also did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Although the crime took place a full month ago, police have not arrested a suspect or released much information about their investigation to the public.
This has made some people upset and nervous.
“The general public has no idea the scope of this investigation,” Chief Roger Lanier said in a video released by the Moscow Police Department.
He wanted to maintain the “integrity” of the investigation, but assured the public that the case had not gone cold.
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