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Four Idaho college students found dead in apparent homicide, officials say

(MOSCOW, Idaho) — UPDATE — New details in the mysterious, bloody murders of four college students in Idaho. Three women who were in sororities and a man who was a member of a fraternity found dead together in a home. One of the women is a triplet. Police in Moscow, Idaho say the four college students were killed with an edged weapon like a knife. They were found in an apartment across the street from the University of Idaho campus on Sunday. A weapon has not been found. Police say autopsies will be performed later this week And it’s believed it was an isolated, targeted attack. Nobody has been arrested.

Four University of Idaho students who were found dead on Sunday were believed to be the victims of homicide, school officials said.

The students, who have not been identified, lived in Moscow, Idaho, near the university campus, officials said.

“The Moscow Police Department is investigating and the families of these students have been notified,” university officials said in a message posted to Twitter.

Police said they responded to King Road for a report of an unconscious person. When officers arrived, they “discovered four individuals who were deceased,” according to a press statement.

The university said it canceled all Monday classes.

ABC News’ Marilyn Heck contributed to this report.

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