Idaho law enforcement says no details are available on investigation of death of Kendall Quinnell
A representative of Idaho law enforcement said Wednesday afternoon that officials continue to work on the murder investigation of a Havre man found dead in Idaho Sept. 8, and no new details are available at this point.
Teresa Baker, public information officer for the Idaho State Police, said in an email that the investigation into the death of Kendall Quinnell, 36, continues and that information about the results of the investigation will be released as it becomes available.
Quinnell’s body was found Sept. 8 in Shoshone Park in the Idaho Panhandle off Interstate 90, east of Kellogg, Idaho. Friends have told members of his family that he was in Missoula, 110 miles east of the park, Sept. 7.
Law enforcement officials have been tight-lipped about the case but are investigating it as a homicide.
The Idaho police have requested anyone in the Havre area with information about what Quinnell might have been doing in Idaho or with any information about his death to contact the Havre Police Department at 265-4361.