The sister of the slain University of Idaho student, Kaylee Goncalves, posted a moving tribute to her brother Monday, more than two weeks after the quadruple homicide near campus that has left the families of the victims and the small town devastated. deeply shocked college student.
In an Instagram Story, Autumn Goncalves posted a funny video of herself, her sister and another woman making faces and laughing as Coldplay’s “The Scientist” plays in the background.
“You don’t know how adorable you are. I had to find you, tell you that I need you,” the lyrics of the song can be heard. “I’ll tell you what sets you apart. Tell me your secrets and ask me your questions. Oh, let’s go back to the beginning.”
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Kaylee, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were stabbed to death Nov. 13 in the backyards of their campus rental home. Police have not identified a suspect.
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Kaylee, who was from Rathdrum, Idaho, had graduated in early December and was planning to move to Austin, Texas, where she had a marketing job. She was also looking forward to an upcoming trip to Europe.
She is one of five siblings and her family has been especially vocal since the murders.
Autumn’s tribute video includes the caption, “I love you so much, ladybug. I miss you more as the days go by.”
The music falls silent and the Instagram story ends with a poem, “How am I going to live in a world where your heart doesn’t beat anymore?”
Kaylee’s grieving father, Steve Goncalves, told Lawrence Jones over the weekend that police had stopped informing the family about the investigation.
“They just tell me they can’t tell me much, which is frustrating for me because I’ve been so reliable,” Steve Goncalves said. “I know things, I haven’t shared things.”
Days after the grisly murders, the family released a statement.
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“She would never stop fighting for us and demanding truth and justice and neither would we,” her family wrote.
Authorities ask anyone with information to contact the Moscow Police Department at 208-882-2677.