Police find 'blood' on several items in apartment of suspected Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger
Police investigating the quadruple murder of four University of Idaho students discovered a pillow covered in ‘blood’ and gloves in suspected killer Bryan Kohberger’s apartment.
Authorities searched the property on the Washington State University campus, in Pullman, just a few miles from the crime scene after his arrest.
They also hauled away a pillow with a ‘reddish/brown stain’ on it and the top and bottom of a mattress cover with ‘multiple stains’.
Investigators also collected receipts from Walmart and two Marshall’s receipts, as well as collecting dust from his vacuum.
Authorities initially sealed the search warrant for the murder suspect’s Washington home – arguing that releasing the details could ‘prematurely’ end the investigation.
However, the document has now been unsealed with the approval Whitman County Prosecutor Denis Tracy, who filed the motion on January 17.
Court documents seen by the New York Times show that eight strands of hair were recovered from the apartment, as well as a ‘possible’ animal hair.
They also recovered a Fire TV stick during their search, with all of the items being stored a the Washington State University Police department.
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