The car belonging to a man wanted in connection with three bodies being uncovered at his Idaho home has been found in Wyoming. The white Ford Focus with Utah plates belonging to Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, was discovered near Moran, Wyoming, "in a remote campground in the Bridger-Teton National Forest," according to a statement from the Canyon County Sheriff's Office. The car could have been in the area for as long as three weeks before law enforcement were informed about it. Investigators have examined the vehicle, but have yet to release any details about what they've found.
Detectives want to speak with Bullinger in connection with the murders of two women and a girl at his home in rural Caldwell, Idaho. The bodies were found on June 19, and a manhunt was launched for Bullinger two days later. He was last seen in Ogden, Utah, where he lived before moving to Idaho to work as a corporate contract pilot. He faces a felony charge of failure to report three deaths on his property. No homicide charges have been filed in the case, but he is being sought as a "person of interest."
The campground where the car was discovered is near the Grand Teton National Park.
Anyone with any information about Bullinger’s whereabouts should call their local law enforcement or the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office, 208-454-7510.