The search warrant executed at Bryan Kohberger’s residence in Pennsylvania was disclosed in connection with an Idaho murder case

Authorities have revealed the contents of the search conducted at Bryan Kohberger’s home in Pennsylvania, indicating that dark clothing, medical gloves, a flashlight, and other items were among the things confiscated during his arrest two months ago, according to the Associated Press.

Bryan Kohberger, a former doctoral student at Washington State University who is 28 years old, has been accused of first-degree murder and burglary in relation to the stabbing deaths of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin in Moscow, Idaho on November 13, 2022.

The rental home where the victims were found was situated near the University of Idaho campus, while Kohberger had been living about 7 miles to the west in Pullman, Washington, where he was studying criminology as a graduate student at WSU.

Despite the murders having already occurred, he continued to attend classes and evaded law enforcement for several weeks before returning to his hometown in eastern Pennsylvania, where he was taken into custody on December 30th.

Officials also found a “silver flashlight, four ‘medical-style gloves,’ a black Champion sweatshirt, a pair of black-and-white size 13 Nike shoes, black Under Armour socks, black Under Armour shorts and black Under Armour boxers, according to an inventory of the items,” reports the AP.

Although the exact significance of the items seized from Kohberger’s Pennsylvania home is not known, a surviving roommate from the Idaho house described seeing a masked figure wearing dark clothing, similar to the clothing and gloves found in Kohberger’s possession.

Furthermore, Kohberger’s phone contained pictures of one of the victims and evidence of previous attempts to connect with her on social media.

Stained bedding, strands of hair, and a single glove were among the other items found in Kohberger’s Washington State apartment during a search in January.

Additional warrants related to the case are expected to be released on Wednesday. Kohberger is scheduled for a preliminary hearing in June and has not yet entered a plea.