Blood-stained mattresses removed from home where Idaho students were slain

Blood-stained mattresses removed from home where Idaho students were slain

Hopefully they get enough evidence from these mattresses to help in the investigation.

Law enforcement officers were seen Friday removing two mattresses that appeared to be stained with blood from the Moscow home where four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death.

The removal of the mattresses came about a month after investigators were last seen hauling items from the off-campus home that was the scene of the horrific quadruple homicide on Nov. 13.

During Friday’s operation, the mattresses, a box, a bed frame and other furniture were taken out and loaded into pickup trucks.

Large, dark stains that resembled pools of dried blood were visible on the mattresses that were covered by white plastic wrappings.

Last Thursday, before Bryan Kohberger was arrested and later charged with the killings, Idaho authorities had announced a crime-scene clean-up crew was being deployed to sanitize the home.