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Police Revealed the Cause of Death of 4 Students from University of Idaho

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University of Idaho students found dead. Cause of death finally revealed. (Photo: ABC News)

Police officers revealed the cause of death of four University of Idaho students who were found dead in an off-campus apartment.

University of Idaho students

University of Idaho students found dead. Cause of death was finally revealed. (Photo: ABC News)

Four Students from the University of Idaho Found Dead

Police authorities responded to a call of an unconscious person at an off-campus apartment before noon on Sunday. Police Capt. Tyson Berrett said that they found the four students from the University of Idaho dead when they arrived at the scene.

Authorities said that they likely died between 3:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. On the same day, he later announced that the four students are all from the University of Idaho. The University confirmed also the announcement and posted the tragic death of four students on its website.

Police authorities have not yet taken any arrests as of Monday. They also clarified that there is no ongoing threat to the community and the University.

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Police Revealed the Cause of Death

Police revealed on Tuesday that the four students were stabbed in an “isolated, targeted attack”. The victims namely Ethan Chapin, 20 years old, Madison Mogen, 21 years old, Xana Kernodle, 20 years old, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21 years old were found stabbed by an edged weapon like a knife, Daily Mail reports.

However, police also admitted that they did not find the weapon used in the stabbing and they are still searching for the suspect. Capt. Anthony Dahlinger said, “All I can say is the deaths are ruled a homicide at this point, and homicide and murder are synonymous. We certainly have a crime here, so we are looking for a suspect”.

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