'They didn’t collect shoes?': Internet wonders if Bryan Kohberger's size matches print found at crime scene

'They didn’t collect shoes?': Internet wonders if Bryan Kohberger's size matches print found at crime scene
Bryan Kohberger, right, appears at a hearing in Latah County District Court on January 5, 2023, in Moscow, Idaho (Photo by Ted S. Warren - Pool/Getty Image

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The latest twist in the horrific case that has gripped the nation for two months is that authorities have released details of evidence found at the house of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger.

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On the day that Kohberger was arrested at his parent's home in Pennsylvania for the 13 November stabbings of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, a search warrant was executed at his apartment in Pullman, Washington.

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On Wednesday, January 14, the apartment search log was released, exposing the seizure of 15 items, some of which had previously been kept under wraps. These items included hairs, receipts, a computer tower, a disposable glove, and things with unusual stains. In spite of the lack of complexity and supposition in the record, it sparked a new round of online speculation. The internet wondered if any shoes were collected as evidence to see if Bryan's shoe size matches that of the print found even as the knife remains missing.

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A discussion was opened on Reddit by a user who wrote "They didn’t collect any shoes? Wonder if his shoe size matches that of the print found, also anyone else notice he’s right handed? Could be both, but if he was dominantly only right handed and the knife sheath was found directly next to MM and she was facing upward, that’s some pretty odd placement for someone whose in an adrenaline rush. Also wasn’t it confirmed the room that DM was sleeping in was the one with the window open? Also again idk how crazy psycho killers act or react when they are in a state of adrenaline but as he was leaving wouldn’t he had put the knife back into the sheath? Like he walked out that side door with a bloody open knife when someone could of seen him? Just random stuff I’ve thought about."



 

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Under the discussion post, there were many different opinions. A Reddit user wrote, "Did they take any shoes from the house in PA? Regarding the sheath ... maybe it was too dark and he figured he couldn't spend any more time, or maybe he was too focused on other things and didn't really think about it." Another user wrote, "I’m pretty sure those Vans are in a lake somewhere in rural Idaho…"



 

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A user wrote, "Bryan owned more than one pair of shoes.Bryan most likely owned One pair of shoes he wore to class. Most likely black vegan leather. One pair of running shoes. I’m thinking grey and black synthetic material One pair of shoes he wore while he was getting any women he wants most likely he wore a pair of vans because they are very common amongst students. He probably had more than one pair of his casual shoes around. Most likely vans. He would feel the need to replace these often."

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Another user wrote, "I hope they are looking for that shoe in places besides BK, if just to rule out the shoe print has nothing or everything to do with what happened?" While one wrote, "The knife sheath could’ve fallen during struggle." People went on putting their assumptions forward and a user wrote, "Apparently the whole scene was bloody was I’d imagine he panicked that he had to kill all 4 and just ran out the knife in his jacket pocket".

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