On December 15, Indiana, Police intentionally pulled over 28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger, the suspected quadruple Idaho murderer, and his father, who were traveling from Washington State University to their family home in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The FBI asked the police officers to pull over the murder suspect to capture bodycam video footage of his hands and arms in an attempt to identify injuries or bruises that may have occurred during the brutal stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students with a hunting knife.

Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21,

The suspected murderer and his father were pulled over twice on December 15 at the behest of the FBI. Both times, the suspected murderer was released with only a warning.

According to the Daily Mail, experts believe that the ‘fixed-blade knife’ was likely to dull quickly, which would have caused injury to the attacker because of the physical force required to kill.

From the footage, it does not appear as though the quadruple killer has any marks, despite web sleuths zooming in to try to find any hint of an injury.

Investigators were reportedly still building their case when Kohberger was pulled over 15 days before he was ultimately arrested.

Documents also revealed that Kohberger switched his license place on his car on November 18, just five days after the students were killed.

Authorities were trying to link him to the case after finding his FBI at the ‘murder house’ with genetic genealogy playing a major role in catching the suspected killer.

The Indiana Police officer who pulled over the father-son duo explained that he was pulling over the suspected murderer for driving too close to the vehicle ahead of him. When asked about where the pair were coming from and where they were headed, the accused mass murderer and his father said they had been traveling for “hours” and that they may be a little “punchy.” Michael, the father of the suspect, and the murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, then began to tell the officer about a “mass shooting” that took place at the university where Bryan has been working toward completing his Ph.D. in Criminology. His dad explained how a “SWAT team” descended on the school, describing the scene as “horrifying.”

When asked where they are going, the suspected murderer, who is also the vehicle’s driver, lies and tells the police officer that he and his dad are going to get “Thai food.” His dad bizarrely jumps in to tell the officer they are driving to their family home in Pennsylvania.

Watch the bizarre interaction here:

On December 31, 28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger, a Washington State criminology graduate student whose school is just a 15-minute drive from where the murders were committed, was arrested by a SWAT team in his family home in Scranton, PA.

The arrest took place six weeks after the violent murders took place in the off-campus home of the students.

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