Alleged Idaho Killer Tried 1 Persistent Tactic to Contact Idaho Murder Victim – He Just Wouldn’t Stop

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A few weeks before four University of Idaho students were killed in November, the man suspected of killing them tried to contact one victim on Instagram, according to a new report.

Bryan Kohberger, a graduate student at Washington State University’s Pullman campus about nine miles from Moscow, Idaho, is suspected of the stabbing murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.

To date, no firm link between the suspect and the victims has been publicly established.

However, a Tuesday report in People cited what it called “an investigator familiar with the case” as saying the suspect sent one victim multiple Instagram messages in late October.

The report said an account investigators believe belongs to Kohberger sent a message to one of the female victims, who was not named.

No reply was received, the report quoted the source as saying, leading the account to send several more messages.

“He slid …

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