Police searching for Idaho man after three people found murdered in shed

Canyon County Police
In this undated photo released by the Canyon County Sheriff's office shows suspect Gerald "Mike" Bullinger, formerly of Ogden, Utah. Canyon County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell says Bullinger, is considered a person of interest in the murders discovered Monday, June 19, 2017 at a Caldwell, Idaho home. A sheriff’s deputy found the bodies hidden in a shed after family members from out-of-state called to ask that someone check on Bullinger and other family members who had recently moved to the tiny Idaho farmhouse. (Canyon County Sheriff via AP)

The police are searching for a man after finding three people dead in his Caldwell, Idaho residence.   Police are searching for Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, as a person of interest in their alleged murders, officials with the Canyon County, Idaho, Sheriff’s Office announced at a news conference on Wednesday.

The police came to the to do a welfare check and found the bodies.  Three bodies were found in a shed and were laid side-by-side with a cover on them.  Positive identification is still pending.  All died from one gunshot.  Several dogs and birds were found deceased on the property, too.  An autopsy on Tuesday found that the bodies belonged to three women, ranging in the age from mid-teens to late 50s investigators said at the news conference Wednesday.

Bullinger was last seen in Ogden, Utah, 11 days ago.  Bullinger had recently moved from Utah to the farmhouse property with his wife, Cheryl Baker, 57 and purchased the property.  Baker is missing, her family told the Idaho Statesman.  Also missing are Nadja Medley, 47, and her 14-year-old daughter, Payton Medley, said a friend, reports the Idaho Statesman.

Bulling may be driving a white 2007 Ford Focus with the Utah license plate 129UMP.  He is about 6 feet 1 inches tall and weighs an estimated 240 lbs., with gray hair and brown eyes.
Bullinger and Nadja Medley (Facebook)

Anyone with information is asked to call the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office at 208-454-7531.

 

 

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