As memorials take place this week for the victims of a wicked act of violence, Moscow police continue to investigate the murders of four University of Idaho students that likely occurred over the weekend of November 12. No suspects have been identified as of yet for the killings of three women and one man at a residence just blocks from the college.

It's been more than a week since someone entered a home where four University of Idaho students were staying and committed an unspeakable act of violence, resulting in nationwide coverage. Moscow police have called the killings a "crime of passion," according to details shared by the New York Times.

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Surveillance footage has been released showing the victims in public just hours before the murders were committed. A "suspicious" male figure that was seen near the victims in the video has been excluded as part of the investigation. The exact causes of death haven't been released by Idaho authorities.

One of the victims worked at the Coeur d'Alene Texas Roadhouse prior to entering the university, which is located 80 miles north of Moscow. The restaurant is having a fundraiser this week in honor of the victims and their families.

If you have any inside knowledge as to the person(s) who might have been responsible for these deaths, please contact the Moscow Police Department, at 208-882-2677. Until a suspect is in custody, police have said there is an immediate threat to the Moscow community.

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