Police looking for man last seen in Ogden after 3 bodies found on Idaho property

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Police are searching for Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, who is wanted for failure to report a death, a felony charge. Police in Idaho say Bullinger should be considered “armed and dangerous.”

CALDWELL, Idaho — Authorities are looking for a man last seen in Ogden after three women were found shot to death on his Idaho property Monday.

Police are searching for Gerald Michael Bullinger, 60, who is wanted for failure to report a death, a felony charge. Police in Idaho say Bullinger should be considered “armed and dangerous.”

Bullinger may be driving a white 2007 Ford Focus with a Utah license plate reading 129UMP. He was last seen in Ogden about 10 days ago, according to a report from the Idaho Statesman.

Lt. Tim Scott of the Ogden Police Department said that police have been aware of Bullinger since Monday when the bodies were found.

Police served a search warrant in Ogden earlier this week in connection to this case, Scott said. He would not say if the property where the search warrant was served was owned by Bullinger or his family.

On Monday, the Canyon County (Idaho) Sheriff’s Office responded to a welfare check at a home on Kcid Road outside Caldwell, Idaho.

Three partially decomposed bodies were found hidden in a shed outside the home, according to the Idaho Statesman. The deaths likely happened between one and two weeks ago, police told the Statesman.

Cheryl Baker, Bullinger’s wife, is missing and hasn’t been heard from for around 10 days, her brother Byron Baker told the Statesman. However, Idaho police would not say whether Baker was one of three women found.

Bullinger and Baker, who recently retired as an art teacher at GreenWood Charter School in Harrisville, were in the process of moving from Ogden to Idaho, the Statesman reported.

Police have not released the names of the deceased and would not comment if the women were related to Bullinger. Police said the women ranged in age from mid-teens to mid-50s.

Scott said that Ogden police are investigating this case in collaboration with the Canyon County Sheriff’s Department, which is the leading the investigation.

The Ogden Police Department would not release any additional information regarding the case, citing that the investigation is ongoing and releasing additional information my compromise the investigation.

If you have any information regarding this case, please call the Canyon County Sheriff’s Department at 208-454-7510.

 

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