Search Underway for Homicide Suspect in Bridger-Teton National Forest

Search Underway for Homicide Suspect in Bridger-Teton National Forest

Search Underway for Homicide Suspect in Bridger-Teton National Forest

Police found the vehicle of Bullinger's wife who was found murdered in Caldwell along with two other females in mid June.

The search for a man wanted in connection with a triple homicide in Idaho has extended to Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National Forest, near Grand Teton National Park.

The search is on in the Teton National Forest for Mike Bullinger.

On June 19, a Caldwell, Idaho, Sheriff's deputy found the badly decomposed bodies of 56-year-old Cheryl Baker of Ogden, Utah - Bullinger's wife - a teenager and another adult woman in a shed on property in Caldwell, Idaho, that belonged to Baker and Bullinger. The sheriff's office has taken a tight-lipped approach to information meant to prevent Bullinger from learning anything about what investigators know. The Canyon County Coroner's Office said Monday they are still waiting on the results of DNA tests to identify the final two victims.

Nadja Medley and Bullinger had been dating for more than two years, friends say, and Medley and her daughter had moved in with Bullinger at the KCID Road home not long before the bodies were discovered.

Nadja Medley's last Facebook post was June 4.

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In May of this year, Medley posted that she was moving to Boise, the city to which Caldwell is a suburb.

Idaho officials say the recovered Ford Focus may have been in the area where it was found for as many as three weeks before it was reported to authorities.

Police found the auto they think Bullinger was driving outside the town of Moran, Wyoming.

Bullinger formerly worked as a pilot, and reportedly has worked as an outfitter. He was last seen wearing a ball cap. He now faces charges of failure to report the three deaths on his property. No homicide charges have been filed against Bullinger.

Anyone with information that may be related to this investigation is encouraged to contact the Teton County Sheriff's Office by calling or texting 911, or calling 307.733.2331.

According to the Teton County Wyoming Sheriff's Office, Mr. Bullinger is six-foot-one with grey hair and brown eyes, weighing 240 pounds.

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