BOMBSHELL: Did He Actually Kill More?

( – In the wake of the murder of four students from the University of Idaho, allegedly by Bryan Kohberger, investigators in Pennsylvania are examining cold case files to see if they can find any links between the accused and local crimes.

Kohberger, 28, who was arrested in December, had previously attended two colleges in Pennsylvania, Northampton Community College, and DeSales University.

Both colleges are currently being investigated by local authorities in the search for any potential links to the murders.

The authorities in Northampton County used a crime information center to scour through their unsolved cases to find any matches with Kohberger’s physical characteristics. Still, so far, they have not found any connections. Despite this, they are continuing to investigate and pursue any leads.

In a similar investigation, Lehigh County District Attorney Jim Martin has been searching for any contact with Kohberger in their area.

Martin’s search only turned up a 911 call by Kohberger when his car was locked behind a gate on a bike trail, with no further leads being found.

Kohberger, who has no previous criminal record, was arrested in December at his parents’ home in Albrightsville. He has been extradited to Idaho, where he remains incarcerated and faces four counts of homicide and one count of first-degree burglary.

Despite the severity of the charges, no motive has been released for the killings.

Acquaintances of Kohberger have described him as a loner who struggled with heroin addiction, and one former FBI agent has attributed his alleged crimes to an “INcel complex.”

Kohberger’s next court appearance is scheduled for June 26.