A new lead has surfaced into the unsolved deaths of four University of Idaho students who were found fatally stabbed.
Two of the victims were seemingly heard discussing a person named “Adam” just hours before they were killed, TMZ reported.
The clip shows Kaylee Goncalves and Maddie Mogen walking with a mysterious man in downtown Moscow, ID. Social media users have banned together to leave no stone unturned. A Facebook group of devoted people helping to solve the mystery released a screen grab and audio from it Saturday.
In the new video, a voice that seems to be of Goncalves, is heard asking, “Maddie, what did you say to Adam?” The second woman responds, “Like, I told Adam everything.”
Fox News Digital obtained the video and reviewed it and is using only stills to protect the source’s privacy.
The women were wearing the same clothes they were seen wearing in another video of them at food truck hours before the murders on Nov. 13.
However, the man, who also appears to be wearing the same attire in the food truck clip that was previously released has been cleared by police as a suspect, TMZ reported.
The Facebook group submitted the video to the police however it’s unknown who Adam is and if he’s a suspect.
Goncalves, Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and boyfriend Ethan Chapin all University of Idaho students were killed Nov.13 in an off-campus house.
Their killer(s) have not been captured and authorities have not found the murder weapon or motive.