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Dog mutilated, skinned three miles from brutal killing at Idaho college weeks ago: report

Dog mutilated, skinned three miles from brutal killing at Idaho college weeks ago: report

A week ago, a dog was found with its fillet and skin plastered Four students from the University of Idaho A new report has revealed that some local residents were stabbed to death, fearing that the two crimes were linked.

Buddy, a 12-year-old miniature Australian shepherd, was found skinned from head to tail on October 21 after his owners Jim and Pam Colbert let him out in the yard. Moscow, Idahothe Daily Mail reports.

“We called the sheriff’s department and the supervisor said Buddy was skinned,” his shaken owner, Pam, 78, told the news site.

“It looked like a deer that someone had hunted. It was cut from the neck and skinned. It had fur on its little legs, fur on its little face, and the rest of it was just skinned,” he continued.

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(Derek Schock for Fox News Digital/ Instagram)

The dead dog was found three miles from where Kayleigh Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, and Hana Kernodle, 20, were mysteriously butchered Nov. 13 at their off-campus home.

Power has nothing to do with it quadruple murder of Buddy’s slaying and did not immediately return a request for comment on the matter Monday.

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Pam said Buddy was cut up like a fish: “We found his collar, but we didn’t find the shell.”

Latah County Sheriff’s Deputy confirmed this to the Daily Mail Buddy killer was a person.

Buddy, a 12-year-old Australian shepherd, was found skinned and filleted on October 21, 2022 β€” three miles from the home where four University of Idaho students were killed on November 13, 2022.  On the right is Buddy and his owner.  Jim Colbert.

Buddy, a 12-year-old Australian shepherd, was found skinned and filleted on October 21, 2022 β€” three miles from the home where four University of Idaho students were killed on November 13, 2022. On the right is Buddy and his owner. Jim Colbert.

“Everybody was very nervous and scared,” Pam said of the killing of her dog and four people. “It’s a terrible and bad thing.”

The couple, who lived in their 10-acre home for 39 years, locked their doors for the first time after Buddy’s death.

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Pam said she didn’t come back after releasing Buddy on October 21st.

“We got Buddy out, there must be someone waiting,” he said. – Bud never leaves the yard, but this man caught Buddy.

Police have identified the four victims of the four homicides at the University of Idaho as Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, Hana Kernodle and Kaylee Goncalves.

Police have identified the four victims of the four homicides at the University of Idaho as Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, Hana Kernodle and Kaylee Goncalves.
(Moscow City Police Department/Instagram)

That night, 73-year-old Jim and his friends started looking for the dog and found the horror.

β€œIt was like the other side of him was filling him up, like it wanted to eat him. It was horrible, it was unbelievable,” said Pam.

At a press conference Sunday, police said they have not yet identified any suspects or persons of interest in the deaths of the Idaho students.

They have denied the surviving roommates, the person the two victims called before the murders, and the driver who drove the two dead students home.

University of Idaho victims Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were close friends.

University of Idaho victims Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were close friends.
(Instagram/ @kayleegoncalves)

Investigators combed the woods Sunday around the King Road home where the students were attacked between 3 and 4 a.m., possibly with a knife, Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt said.

He said they may have been ambushed while they were sleeping and some of them had defensive injuries.

Investigators also saw a white Chevrolet sedan parked outside the home drive by.

Police initially said the attack on the students was “targeted” and posed no immediate threat to the community.

They have since retracted the statement, telling the public to remain vigilant until the attacker is at large. Officials have not yet determined a motive.

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The Moscow Police Department is leading the investigation with assistance from the Idaho State Police and the FBI.

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