Bryan Kohberger's father seen cleaning up mess after SWAT team raid at family ... trends now

Bryan Kohberger's father seen cleaning up mess after SWAT team raid at family ... trends now
Bryan Kohberger's father seen cleaning up mess after SWAT team raid at family ... trends now

Bryan Kohberger's father seen cleaning up mess after SWAT team raid at family ... trends now

The father of accused killer Bryan Kohberger was spotted cleaning up debris and shattered glass left on the family's Pennsylvania property a week after their son's dramatic arrest at their home.  

Michael Kohberger spent Sunday afternoon tidying up the mess from the SWAT team raid in Albrightsville that saw law enforcement officers break open the family's front door to apprehend the wanted murder suspect on December 30. 

Ten days later, shards of glass and remnants of the door's decorative glass panel could still be seen lying near a trash can containing broken window blinds that were also damaged during the bust, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show.   

Michael Kohberger was spotted cleaning up the mess left behind from the dramatic SWAT team raid that took place at the family's Albrightsville, Pennsylvania home on December 30

Michael Kohberger was spotted cleaning up the mess left behind from the dramatic SWAT team raid that took place at the family's Albrightsville, Pennsylvania home on December 30

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Kohberger, dressed casually in a gray hoodie and jeans, using a wet/dry shop vacuum to clear out the shards of glass and debris on the property

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Kohberger, dressed casually in a gray hoodie and jeans, using a wet/dry shop vacuum to clear out the shards of glass and debris on the property 

Law enforcement officers descended on the property as soon as a warrant was obtained, breaking down the doors and windows in what the source said was a 'dynamic entry'

Law enforcement officers descended on the property as soon as a warrant was obtained, breaking down the doors and windows in what the source said was a 'dynamic entry'

The elder Kohberger, 67, dressed casually in a sweatshirt and jeans, was seen cleaning up the remaining rubble around the property with a wet/dry shop vacuum. 

Neither of the alleged murderer's parents have spoken publicly since his arrest, however, the family is said to be 'shocked' that their son is the primary suspect in the murders of the four University of Idaho students that were brutally knifed to death at their off-campus rental house on November 13. 

The Kohbergers' lawyer Jason LeBar said the family believes it is 'completely out of character' for the 28-year-old to be accused of butchering roommates Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Ethan Chapin, 20.

LeBar told NBC News last week: 'His family doesn't believe it to be Bryan. They can't believe this, they are obviously very shocked.

'This is certainly completely out of character, the allegations, and really they're just trying to be supportive – with the understanding that these four families have suffered loss.'

The family's door taped up with duct tape after its decorative glass panel was damaged in the raid

Ten days on, shards of glass and remnants of the door's decorative glass panel could still be seen lying near a trash can containing broken window blinds that were also damaged during the bust, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show

Ten days on, shards of glass and remnants of the door's decorative glass panel could still be seen lying near a trash can containing broken window blinds that were also damaged during the bust, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show

The dramatic raid is a rare tactic only used in cases where this suspect is considered 'high risk', according to unsealed court documents

The dramatic raid is a rare tactic only used in cases where this suspect is considered 'high risk', according to unsealed court documents 

According to unsealed court documents, law enforcement had seen Bryan Kohberger multiple times outside of his parent's $250,000 Pennsylvania home wearing surgical gloves in the days after the murders

According to unsealed court documents, law enforcement had seen Bryan Kohberger multiple times outside of his parent's $250,000 Pennsylvania home wearing surgical gloves in the days after the murders 

Two weeks before Bryan's arrest, Michael Kohberger had flown from their home state of Pennsylvania to Washington - where Bryan was a PhD student - to meet his son before Christmas and drive home together

 Two weeks before Bryan's arrest, Michael Kohberger had flown from their home state of Pennsylvania to Washington - where Bryan was a PhD student - to meet

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