Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner: Father seeks dashcam footage to solve murders
Sean-Paul Schulte is currently asking people who may have driven by the road known as FR4651 from around August 12 to 14 to check their dashcam videos
Although murdered Florida vlogger Gabby Petito's case has the nation gripped and internet sleuths hard at work finding clues to locate her boyfriend Brian Laundrie, unfortunately, the same attention is not being paid to other cases - one of which is the double homicide of newlywed lesbian couple Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner in Utah.
Schulte's father, who last month expressed his disappointment with the police for failing to make any arrests in the case even though the incident took place in mid-August at a mountaintop campsite, is now appealing to the public to help crack the case.
"We need to get the word out … because people that were in Moab on Aug 12, Aug 13, Aug 14, they have left Moab and they're all around the world now," Sean-Paul Schulte told Fox News Digital Sunday night.
At present, Sean-Paul has hit the road looking for clues in the crossroads city, which is a major stop for van lifers, RV travelers, bikers, park-goers, and other road-trippers touring the West. He is currently asking people who may have driven by the road known as FR4651 from around August 12 to 14 to check their dashcam videos to see if any vehicles may have been in the area headed to or from La Sal Loop Road southeast of Moab.
Kylen and Crystal were last seen alive at Woody’s Tavern on Main Street in Moab on August 13 and their bodies were recovered from their campsite in the South Mesa area on August 18. The police were previously exploring a potential connection between the case and Gabby Petito's disappearance. “It has been determined that the Gabby Petito missing person case is not related to the double-homicide case involving Crystal Turner and Kylen Schulte,” the Grand County Sheriff confirmed in a later statement.
A 'creeper' camped next to couple before their murder
Before their death, friends said they received text messages from the pair, saying that a "creeper" had camped next to them. They added that the strange man appeared to be carrying more clothes and food, Sean-Paul said. "The car is the clue and where we went to get food and clothes is another clue," Sean-Paul said. "But here's the third clue: He was so close to the girls that they actually saw what he brought back."
The couple, however, failed to describe the car in any detail. After they told friends about the man’s return, the couple went silent. After that, they uncharacteristically missed work, which prompted concern for their safety. "When they missed shifts Sunday and Monday, both jobs called the police and reported them missing," Sean Paul said.
Sean-Paul Schulte vents his frustration at the police
In a Facebook post on September 20, Sean-Paul said, "Are authorities really going to tell us that this was an isolated case that there’s no rapists and murderers running around our mountain. How in the world could they possibly say that. If they have DNA if they have fingerprints if they have ballistics that match a suspect who’s like in Canada or Mexico maybe."
Venting his frustration with the police, he mentioned, "1 month later we still have no arrest for who raped and murdered Kylen and Crystal on the mountain above Moab." He further added, "But how in the world can they possibly say that we're safe here now it's b******* YOU ARE NOT SAFE TOURISTS ARE NOT SAFE THERE IS A GOD DAMN RAPIST MURDERER ON THE LOOSE!!! NOT IN A NOOSE!! ON THE FU**ING LOOSE!!! WAKE UP MOAB."