Evil killer who murdered four could strike again as cops issue chilling warning

The evil beast who murdered four university students and left their blood oozing through the walls in a sickening attack is still at large and could strike again, stumped cops have admitted.

Terrified locals in Idaho, US have been warned to stay alert with the killer still at large almost a month after the horror slayings on November 13.

The brutal murders saw the tragic victims left “too scared to scream” as the sicko prowled their home whilst they slept.

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Police Department officials issued a statement that said: "With commencement this weekend, there will be an influx of people coming in from out of town.

“Moscow Police Department and Idaho State Police will provide coverage on campus and in the Moscow area.

"We want to remind the public to stay vigilant, travel in groups, and communicate with family and friends as you travel."

Criticism has been building against the cops as they still haven’t made any arrests over the shocking crime.

The brutal deaths of the students – 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, 21-year-old Madison Mogen, 20-year-old Xana Kernodle and 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves – have sent shockwaves through the community.

The devastated dad of Kaylee, Steve Goncalves, said publicly that he is considering bringing in private investigators to work on the case as he wants to bring his daughter’s killer to justice.

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He admitted that as the area hasn’t had a murder since 2015, he feels that cops within Moscow Police may be “inexperienced”.

Over 10 investigators are working on the case and it is also being looked at by nearly 50 FBI agents.

Within the days that followed the tragedy, almost 500 tips flooded in with dozens of interviews carried out with people who may have useful information.

Police had initially released a statement declaring there was no threat to the community, but retracted it just three days after and are now actively warning residents to be careful of the prowling killer.

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