The Canyon County Sheriff’s Office in Idaho obtained and released new surveillance photos of triple murder suspect, Gerald “Michael” Bullinger on Monday.
CBS2 reports that Bullinger, 60, was spotted on camera in May at the Treasure Valley retail store in Caldwell. Although the photos were taken before three people were found dead on his property in June, the pics provide a more recent reflection of the suspect’s appearance.
Bullinger is currently wanted for the deaths of his wife, Cheryl Baker, his girlfriend, Nadja Medley, and 14-year-old Payton (Nadja’s daughter). All three were found with a single gunshot wound to their heads on June 19. They were lying lifeless in a shed located on Bullinger’s newly-bought property in Caldwell. The bodies were already badly decomposed when authorities located them.
Friends and family of Baker indicated that she was likely unaware that Medley was Bullinger’s girlfriend. Friends of Medley said that they had never once heard from Medley that Bullinger was married. Baker reportedly left their Utah home earlier than planned and surprised Bullinger at their new Idaho home, where he was living with Medley and her daughter. It’s still unclear what transpired afterwards that left the three victims dead.
A nationwide manhunt is currently underway for Bullinger. He’s considered armed and dangerous. He’s described as a white male, standing 6 feet tall. He weighs around 240 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes. His last known vehicle was a white 2007 Ford Focus, with UTAH license plate, 129 UMP.
Anyone with any information is urged to call 911 immediately.
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[Feature Photo: Caldwell Sheriff’s Office]