Did Kaylee Goncalves meet her 'stalker' before murder? Slain Idaho student's car ad fuels new theories
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Web sleuths are now wondering if Kaylee Goncalves met her stalker after posting an ad to sell her old car on the Facebook marketplace. Before the tragic murder, Kaylee reportedly posted an ad to sell her 2011 Subaru Legacy. She wrote in the ad description, “Selling my 2011 Subaru Legacy 3.6R Limited Sedan. It needs new tires and there is a tear in the driver's seat. Those are the only “issues”. This has been a great car for me and has no mechanical issues whatsoever. I’m moving across the country at the beginning of December so looking to sell my car. PM if interested. Clean Title in hand.”
Several Reddit users shared a snapshot of the ad and pointed out the possibility of Kaylee having met the stalker while selling her car. One person wrote, “A young guy was actually murdered in my area selling a car about two years ago. Met up with the potential buyers, they forced him in the vehicle, drove about an hour away and killed him, left his body in a field. It’s absolutely terrifying to think about so close to home! But I agree, it is extremely dangerous to meet up with people selling or buying anything these days!”
Someone noted, “Crazy how we let strangers into our private world with social medium.” “Right. Like without even talking to her, a stalker could know she was graduating in December and moving away to start a new job…” another agreed. “It’s crazy how people have forgotten how to safely navigate the internet. The World Wide Web is a world by itself and there are thousands of creeps around the world. Anyone can be stalking you and you wouldn’t know it,” yet another user remarked.
One user posted an ad from another slain University of idoha student, Xana Kernodle, who was reportedly selling her bedroom furniture on the Facebook marketplace. Meanwhile, the investigators have not yet identified a suspect, a weapon, or a motive behind the shocking murders. Earlier, according to TMZ, the police department said that they now believe that the videos could lead them to a suspect. The Idaho State Police's Aaron Snell told TMZ that his team is reviewing footage that may contain clues, but added, "What we need people to recognize is that oftentimes what's not in the video might help us just as much as what is. We can really create that whole picture based on what is there, what isn't there, and be able to follow that through."