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The police chief leading the investigation into the murder of four University of Idaho students has shared a vague update on when the 911 calls that led to the discovery of the victims’ bodies may be released.
Authorities have kept the phones top-secret for more than six weeks after Cary Gonsalves, Madison Morgen, Xana Carnold, and Ethan Chapin were brutally stabbed in their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho, on Nov. 13. .
Moscow police chief James Frye was pressed about when the phone would be revealed in a rare interview with KREM-TV earlier this week.
“I think he will be released if the prosecution decides he can be released,” he said. “It can be done in court. maybe before that. ”
When asked if the phone call would bring investigators closer to arrest, Fry replied:
“I can’t argue with that.”
Moscow police again asked citizens for tips, expressing their belief that someone knew something that could help catch the killer.