MOSCOW, IDAHO – A Washington court has unsealed search warrant documents used to obtain evidence at the home and office of Brian Koberger, 28, accused of four Idaho State University students were killed in November, according to documents released by Law & Criminal Wednesday.

“These warrants and related applications were closed due to the sensitive nature of the investigation at the time. An extensive affidavit of probable cause has since been sealed in Latta County, Idaho, alleviating the need to seal the return here in Washington, D.C.,” court documents state.

Read the unsealed search warrants in the Brian Koberger investigation

Items seized from Koberger’s apartment:

1. Black nitrite type glove

2. 1 Walmart receipt with one Dickies tag

3. 2 Marshall receipts

4. Bissell Power Force vacuum cleaner dust container

5. 8 possible strands of hair

6. FireTV stick with cord/plug

7. 1 possible strand of animal hair

8. 1 possible hair

9. 1 possible hair

10.1 possible hair

11. 1 possible strand of hair

12. 1 computer tower

A. 1 dark red spot collection (collected without testing)

B. 2 cuttings from a cushion without a cover with reddish-brown spots (tested on a larger strain)

C. 2 top and bottom mattress covers individually packed, both with a few stains (one checked)

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Kohberger faces four counts of first-degree murder in the fatal stabbings of Kaylee Gonsalves, 21; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20.

The suspect was a graduate student in Washington State University’s Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology and lived in Pullman, Washington, at the time of his arrest last month.

Items recovered from his home included a “dark red collection,” pillow clippings with reddish-brown stains and part of a stained mattress cover.

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Other items listed include a black nitrate-type glove, checks and a Dickies tag, several strands of hair, vacuum cleaner dust, a Fire TV stick and a computer tower, among others.

There is no mention of any potential items taken from the suspect’s office. It’s unclear if anything was recovered or if information related to the execution of that search warrant is still under wraps. This is reported by CNN.

The victims were found murdered in an off-campus home on Nov. 13, having been stabbed to death, investigators believe.

Investigators linked Kochberger to the crime scene after DNA on a brown leather sheath found near one of the victims was matched to DNA from trash found in Kochberger’s family home, according to the probable cause affidavit that led to his arrest.

Law enforcement also discovered Koberger owned a white Hyundai Elantra seen in the area of ​​the killings, according to two law enforcement sources briefed on the investigation.

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Last week, a judge set a preliminary probable cause hearing for June 26 after Koberger waived his right to a speedy hearing. He was being held without bail in the Latah County Jail in Idaho after being extradited from Pennsylvania, where he was arrested nearly seven weeks after the murders.

Koberger has yet to enter a guilty plea.

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