Kaylee Goncalves, University of Idaho student victim of murder.
The local police in Idaho searched the home of the suspect in the murder of the four students at the University of Idaho, Brian Christopher Koberger, and discovered new findings linking him to the scene;
Blood stains belonging to the murdered, a black glove and eight hairs, including a live hair, were found in his apartment.
Thus, reported today in the Daily Mail.
Authorities searched the property on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, where Koberger lives, a few miles from the crime scene after his arrest.
During it, the stains were located in different places in the house, including a mattress cover and a pillow, and various receipts, dust from his vacuum cleaner, and more were collected for the benefit of the investigation.
According to the authorities' reports, the possibility that the found hairs were 'transferred' to Kobarger and returned with him to his apartment - and that the animal hair belongs to the dog of one of the murdered, Kylie Goncalves - Murphy, will be investigated.
Murphy was found alive in Kylie's room by investigators called to the scene.
The search report also stated that the amounts of blood of the murdered victims found in Kobarger's apartment were significant.
Also, the investigators believe that the killer had evidence of blood on his body or clothes, and hoped to find trace evidence in Kobarger's apartment.
However, they did not describe the results of any of the tests in the documents, and did not confirm whether the hairs found matched the victims of Kylie's dog.
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The possibility that the found hairs were 'transferred' to Kobarger and returned with him to his apartment will be investigated.
Brian Christopher Koberger (Photo: Reuters)
Blood stains belonging to the murdered were found in the suspect's apartment.
The four murdered at the University of Idaho in the United States (photo: photo editing, .)
In November, four students from the University of Idaho in the United States were found dead in their off-campus home with stab wounds.
The four college students are 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves, 20-year-old Zanna Karnodel and 21-year-old Madison Maughan.
According to the reports of the local police, their bodies were found on the second and third floor of the house, some of them with defensive wounds.
In the apartment, there were two other roommates.
Law enforcement in the state of Indiana arrested the suspect in the murder of the four students in Idaho twice on the same day - and let him go on his way.
Brian Christopher Koberger was stopped in his car by traffic officers about two weeks before he was arrested on suspicion of murder in Pennsylvania.
In camera footage near the scene, shortly before the murder took place, a white Elantra is seen driving past the student residence three times before the driver decided to park it.
A quarter of an hour later the car was seen leaving the scene quickly.
A source familiar with the details told CNN that Kobarger was seen cleaning his car thoroughly and putting on gloves before he was caught last week.