Officers from the Sheriff's Office in Canyon County, Idaho, have issued an order to search for the owner of a home where three women who were shot dead were found. So far, the identity of none of them has been identified. However, the autopsy carried out last Tuesday shows that the women were of adulthood and were not more than 50 years old.
The shed's owner's name is Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60. Officials stressed that he is a person of interest and is one of the main suspects in the alleged killings that apparently happened two weeks ago.
There are still many questions to answer, in addition to the identity of the women, it is also unknown what kind of relationship they would have with the owner of the house, who was seen in Utah 11 days ago.
According to information from People magazine, the suspect recently moved from Utah to Idaho with his wife Cheryl Baker, 57, who is also missing. The last trace of the woman was a message she sent to a friend where she said. Take care of my dogs. I don't know if I will return.”
The bodies were discovered Monday, when the Sheriff visited the property, after Baker's family let them know that they knew nothing of it. Upon arrival, an officer noticed that something was wrong and began to look around the property. While inspecting the shed, he discovered decomposing bodies. At the same time, the remains of animals that apparently were the couple's pets were found.