Police don't think 911 caller, roommates killed University of Idaho students

ANGELA PALERMO Idaho Statesman (TNS)

MOSCOW, Idaho — Authorities in the investigation into the deaths of four University of Idaho students still don’t have a suspect in custody, but they believe that several people are not suspects, including the person who made the first 911 call and the man whom two of the slain women called but who did not answer, Moscow police officials said Sunday.

At a news conference, Chief James Fry also declined to say which victims were on which floors of the three-story rental house where they died. Two of the four students were on the second floor and two on the third, police said.

The news conference was the second time authorities addressed the public in person since the four students were fatally stabbed in an off-campus home a week earlier.

Others whom Moscow police Capt. Roger Lanier said are not suspects include the surviving two roommates at the house, a hooded man seen on video with two of the victims and a person who gave them a ride home.

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