White Hyundai: The Idaho State Police stated on Tuesday that the white 2013 Hyundai Elantra that was found abandoned in Eugene, Oregon on December 17 is not linked to the slayings of four University of Idaho students that occurred on November 13.
Police Believe a White Hyundai Abandoned in Oregon is Not Related to the Deaths in Idaho
According to the Moscow Police Department, which was quoted by Fox News, investigators have communicated with the owner of a damaged Hyundai Elantra that was discovered by police on December 17 when they were responding to a 911 call in Eugene, Oregon.
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“The car was involved in an accident and was later seized as a result of the accident. The car has a Colorado license plate, and the female owner is not thought to have any connection to any property in Moscow, Idaho, or to the current murder investigations in that city “MPD noted in an update provided on Tuesday. “Members of the public are kindly requested to refrain from contacting the owner.”
The police in Eugene, Oregon, has determined that the white Hyundai Elantra that was discovered there is not connected to the four deaths that occurred a month ago in Moscow, Idaho.
According to the authorities, a homeless individual was discovered sleeping in the vehicle.
The caller who placed the complaint on December 17 stated that they saw someone sleeping in the damaged car. The individual in question was homeless and the police made touch with them; however, there was no further complaint.
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In the early morning hours of November 13, 2018, a white Hyundai Elantra was seen close to the location of a quadruple homicide that occurred in Idaho. The police are currently looking for this vehicle.
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Since the police issued a warning to the public on December 7 to be on the lookout for the passengers of the car on that date, no one has come forward to identify themselves.