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Idaho suspect Bryan Kohberger messaged the victim several times in the weeks leading up to the murders

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Accused According to a new report, University of Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger slid into one of the girls’ Instagram direct messages just weeks before the four students were murdered in their beds. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com

An investigator close to the case told PEOPLE that Kohberger’s Instagram account repeatedly sent Instagram messages to one of the college students found dead — but she never returned his advances.

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According to reports, the message was sent in October.

Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, the all University of Idaho students, were found stabbed to death in their off-campus house on Nov. 13.

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According to the source, Kohberger messaged one of the girls. On the social media platform, the suspect followed all three girls’ accounts. The messages from Kohberger’s account were sent around the same time detectives believe the suspect stalked the victims. In the weeks preceding the murders, his cellphone data was pinged in the same location as the four students.

In the gruesome quadruple homicide, Kohberger, who was pursuing a criminology doctorate at Washington State University, about 10 miles from the University of Idaho, has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of felony burglary.

Authorities aren’t sure why the victim didn’t respond to Kohberger’s repeated messages, but it’s possible she didn’t notice them.

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“She might not have seen them because they went into message requests,” the source speculated, implying that the victim did not reciprocate Kohberger’s Instagram follow. “We’re still trying to figure out how much the victims knew about him.”

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