Bodies found in Idaho include two Ogden women

Two bodies found on a remote property in Caldwell, Idaho have been identified as a woman and teen who both hailed from Ogden. Their remains were found alongside those of another woman in June, who had previously been established to be an Ogden resident as well. Officials with the Canyon County Sheriff's Office in Idaho say that Nadja Medley, 48, and Payton Medley, 14, were identified as the victimes through DNA testing. Their bodies were found alongside that of Cheryl Baker, 56, although Baker was identified using dental records rather than DNA.

Police responded to a report of the bodies of the three on June 21, and found each individual had been killed by a single gunshot. A homicide warrant was issued for Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, in relation to the deaths of the women, however he has eluded authorities for months. The last clue indicating where he may have gone was his vehicle being found in Wyoming near Teton National Park on July 17.

Authorities ask that anyone with information regarding Bullinger's location please call local law enforcement or the Canyon County Sheriff's Office immediately. The latter can be reach at 208-454-7510.

Photo courtesy of Canyon County Sheriff's Office

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