Idaho murders: Kohberger court filings show where warrants were served, including Tinder, DoorDash, Reddit

Police in Idaho have released court documents detailing the sites and locations where search warrants were served in connection with the murders of two people in the state.

The documents, released by the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, showed that warrants were served on the popular online dating apps Tinder and Bumble, as well as food delivery service DoorDash and social media site Reddit.

The warrants were served as part of the investigation into the murders of two people, 21-year-old Cameron Kohberger and 18-year-old John “Gio” Sanders, who were found dead on June 22.

According to the court documents, investigators searched Tinder and Bumble for accounts that matched the description of the suspects in the case. They also searched DoorDash records for orders placed in the area of the crime scene.

Investigators also searched Reddit for postings that could be connected to the murders.

The documents did not provide any details on what was found during the searches, but the sheriff's office said the warrants were issued in order to “identify potential witnesses, suspects, and/or persons of interest.”

The sheriff's office has not released any further information about the case, and no arrests have been made.

Kohberger and Sanders were found dead in a rural area in Idaho after they went missing on June 22. The sheriff's office has not released any information about how or why the two were killed.

The case has been the subject of intense media coverage in Idaho and beyond, as the public searches for answers in the mysterious murders.

For now, the search warrants served in connection with the case show that police are looking into a variety of avenues, including popular online sites, in their search for answers.