Man Suspected Of Triple Homicide On The Run In The Tetons

Man Suspected Of Triple Homicide On The Run In The Tetons

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Man Suspected Of Triple Homicide On The Run In The Tetons

Pacific Creek Campground just north of GTNP | Photo: USFS

A person suspected of killing three women on his Idaho farm may be on the run somewhere in the Tetons.

Michael Bullinger, a 60 year-old resident of Caldwell, Idaho, was last seen in person near Ogden, UT but recently authorities have moved their search north after his car was discovered near Moran, WY at the Pacific Creek Campground. According to the Jackson Hole News and Guide, a “manhunt” is currently underway for Bullinger, who the authorities are referring to as a “person of interest” regarding the triple homicide.

While details as to the homicide investigation remain fuzzy, the three women found on Bullinger’s property included a teenager, a woman in her 40’s, and his 56 year-old wife, Cheryl Baker. The two others are rumored to be his girlfriend and her teenage daughter. Bullinger and his wife were planning on moving when authorities were asked by the victim’s relatives to perform a ‘welfare check.’ It was at that point they discovered a shed with three bodies inside.

The Pacific Creek Campground has since been evacuated and local authorities are telling residents to avoid the suspect as he may be armed and dangerous. If you do spot the man, be sure to report the sighting to the Teton County Sheriff’s Department at 307-733-4052.

Find the entire JH News and Guide article here: Murder suspect’s car found near Moran
 

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