The producer of the knife Idaho homicide suspect Bryan Kohberger allegedly used to butcher 4 college students says cops reached out to them for information … however the firm has no data tying him to any buy.
In line with the arrest warrant affidavit, cops discovered a sheath for a KA-BAR knife on the homicide home, with Kohberger's DNA on it. KA-BAR sells each to retailers and on to customers.
KA-BAR Director of Gross sales and Advertising and marketing Joseph Bradley tells TMZ … Moscow police and different regulation enforcement businesses concerned within the homicide case contacted the corporate, particularly asking about KA-BAR knives and sheaths.
The corporate says regulation enforcement made the primary contact after the Nov. 13 quadruple homicide and requested KA-BAR to establish the sheath … and KA-BAR confirmed it was one in all theirs.
KA-BAR says they have no data of somebody utilizing the identify Bryan Kohberger to buy a knife sheath or some other merchandise immediately from them.
We're advised the KA-BAR knife that may match the sheath discovered on the crime scene is a 7-inch utility knife, which is historically used as a software. The corporate says it has been making the knife since World Warfare II, and it may be used for looking and small duties round a campsite … like chopping firewood or chopping wire and twine.
Police are nonetheless on the hunt for the homicide weapon … visiting shops within the Pullman space that promote KA-BAR knives … hoping to tie a purchase order to Kohberger.