Retracing Bryan Kohberger’s steps the morning of November 13th

MOSCOW, Idaho — It’s believed that Bryan Kohberger tried to conceal his location by turning his cell phone off shortly before the murders took place early the morning of November 13th. Despite that, investigators were able to trace the suspect’s path, thanks to surveillance video of his car and cell phone information in the minutes before and after that phone was turned off.

Between all of this, they were able to put together what they believe is the path Bryan Kohberger took to and from the King Street residence that morning.

According to the affidavit, and surveillance video, it’s believed Kohberger left this apartment a short time before 2:45 in the morning on November 13. Surveillance video on Washington State Universities’ campus has the suspect vehicle traveling toward Highway 270, which connects Pullman to Moscow, at 2:50 a.m. on November 13.

That white Hyundai Elantra is next tracked going westbound on Indian Hills Drive,  just east of Main Street in Moscow around 3:26 a.m.Two minutes later, the car is seen in surveillance video traveling Westbound on Styner Avenue at Main Street.

Court documents say multiple surveillance videos caught the same Elantra in the King Road neighborhood at 3:29 in the morning. Surveillance videos show the vehicle making three passes in the area before leaving by Walenta Drive.

Then, around 4:04 a.m. the suspect returns a fourth time. Next, the vehicle is captured leaving the area of the King Road house at a high speed at 4:20 a.m.

Another surveillance video catches the Elantra driving south on Walenta Drive, again.

Around 4:50 a.m., after his phone was turned back on,  the phone was tracked near Blaine, Idaho. Further tracking was consistent with Kohberger traveling south to Genese, west to Uniontown, and north back into Pullman.

At 5:25 a.m. the suspect vehicle is picked up on five cameras on WSU’s campus traveling on Stadium Way from Nevada Street to Cougar Way.

The route of the white Elantra on the morning of November 13th is just one piece of evidence that led to Kohberger’s arrest. This doesn’t include other evidence that’s been found since that time.

Law enforcement could have much more they won’t release until a possible trial.

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