‘We will find you’: Families of victims in U of I homicide address suspect as search continues

MOSCOW, ID. — Moscow Police are still looking for a suspect and the “edged weapon” they used that killed four University of Idaho students.

The family of Kaylee Goncalves, one of the victims, released a statement, saying in part, “they were smart, they were vigilant, and this all still happened. No one is in custody and that means no one is safe.”

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“We’re actively working the case, and doing the best we can,” said Captain Anthony Dahlinger with the Moscow Police.

The Moscow Police Department said they have shared every piece of information they can without compromising the investigation.

“I’m only authorized to speak to the information that we’ve been able to push out thus far in the press release. This is a dynamic situation, things are changing constantly and we’re trying to get as much information out as possible. When we have the ability, to push out information to the public, we’re trying to do that in a timely fashion,” Dahlinger said.

Captain Dahlinger reiterated that there is no active threat to the community.

“Based on the preliminary investigation and facts gathered at the scene, that investigators believe that this was a isolated targeted attack and that the community at large was not at risk,” Dahlinger said.

The family of Goncalves also addressed the killer in their statement.

“To whomever is responsible, we will find you. We will never stop. The pain you caused has fueled our hatred and sealed your fate. Justice will be served.”

With still so many questions surrounding the circumstances of the deaths of the four students, 4 News Now will continue to seek answers.

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