Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger ate at the local Moscow establishment where two of the students suspect of stabbing them to death served as waitresses, according an article published.
An ex-employee of Mad Greek told People magazine that Kohberger was 28, who had visited the restaurant on at least two occasions as well as ordered pizza made from vegan ingredients prior to the November. 13 quadruple homicide.
Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20 both worked in the restaurant in South Main Street in downtown Moscow.
The worker said that Kohberger was notable because Kohberger had examined his food was not coming in contact with animal products.
While the menu at Mad Greek includes Keira’s Amazing Vegan pizza with sauteed green and red peppers, mushrooms, onions, along with tomatoes. restaurant is a specialist in beef and lamb dishes.
The former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O’Toole said it’s interesting that Kohberger chose a place that is primarily a meat-based eatery in light of the strict diet he follows as a vegan.
His aunt informed that the New York Post that he would not eat anything from an oven or a pan that was used to cook meat.
“It appears that he’s looking for reasons to visit the restaurant, but it’s not pizza that’s the reason,” O’Toole said. O’Toole, who was employed by the agency’s prestigious department of behavioral analysis.
The Criminalology Ph.D. pupil is charged with ambushing as well as critically stabbing Mogen and Kernodle Kaylee Goncalves 21; along with Ethan Chapin, 20, in the early morning the morning of November. 13 in an off-campus residence.
A deleted Instagram account which appeared to be owned by Kohberger was followed by Mogen, Kernodle and Goncalves, People reported.
O’Toole asked to know if he observed the women’s eating habits prior to dining in the establishment where they both worked.