Idaho triple murder update: First possible sighting of suspect, Michael ‘Mike’ Bullinger

Police received a tip on a possible sighting of the man wanted in connection with the deaths of three females who were found shot to death at an Idaho farm house.

ABC6 reports that a caller reported seeing Michael Bullinger, 60, driving southbound on Interstate 15 in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. So far, no other details are available. It’s unclear what type of vehicle Bullinger was reportedly spotted in.

Bullinger is wanted in connection with the deaths of his wife, Cheryl Baker; his girlfriend, Nadja Medly, and Nadja’s 14-year-old daughter, Payton. All three were found with a single gunshot wound to the head. They were left inside a shed located on Bullinger’s Caldwell, Idaho, property.

According to Canyon County Sheriff’s office spokesman Joe Decker, the bodies were so badly decomposed that it has taken close to two week just to identify one of the victims, Baker.

“We discovered the people during a welfare check. Based on the decomposition, it has taken us 10 days to identify one of the victims and we had to do that through dental records.”

Although Nadja Medley and Payton have yet to be officially identified, friends and family confirmed on social media that they are indeed the other two victims.

Local and federal authorities are working on the case. The FBI is also assisting in the case.

The last known car associated with Bullinger was a white 2007 Ford Focus, with UTAH license plate, 129 UMP. He stands 6 feet tall and weighs around 240 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with any information should call 911 immediately. Bullinger is considered armed and dangerous.

Further Reading on the Idaho Triple Murder Case: 

Nationwide MANHUNT for suspect who reportedly left three women’s rotting, deceased bodies at his property

Idaho triple murder update: Suspect reportedly had girlfriend and wife together at his new home [EXCLUSIVE]

‘Doesn’t surprise me’: Ex-wife of Idaho murder suspect speaks out [EXCLUSIVE]

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