Idaho murders: Investigators work through Thanksgiving Day as college town shuts down
MOSCOW, Idaho - Eleven days after the grisly stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students, Moscow had become a ghost town.
It was a somber Thanksgiving Day, with nearly every business on Main Street closed — except the gym.
Many students had gone home to spend the holiday with family, or to distance themselves from the shocking unsolved slayings.
It’s one of several that have cropped up around town and on campus.
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But investigators were seen working through the holiday, getting a late morning start.
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Aaron Snell, the communications director for the Idaho State Police, told Fox News Digital Thursday that investigators would be working around the clock and Thanksgiving and through the holiday weekend.
IDAHO COLLEGE MURDERS: EXPERTS LEFT 'STUNNED' BY MISSTEPS IN INVESTIGATIONOutside the victims’ home just off campus, Latah County sheriff’s deputies stood guard.
IDAHO UNIVERSITY MURDERS: POLICE REVEAL KEY DETAILS ABOUT EVENTS SURROUNDING STABBING OF 4 STUDENTSThey are asking for anyone with surveillance images in the surrounding area to turn them over.
"Investigators are requesting anyone with information about a potential stalker, or unusual instances, to contact the tip line."
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the tip line at 208-883-7180 or email email@example.com.