Auto belonging to triple homicide ‘person of interest’ found in Wyoming

Police have located an abandoned auto believed to have been driven by Gerald Michael Bullinger, the Ogden man who is a person of interest in the triple murder case of a girl and two women, one of them his wife.

They are looking for Gerald Michael “Mike” Bullinger, 60, who apparently abandoned a vehicle of one of the victims in a remote campground northwest of Moran near the border of the Grand Teton National Park in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The search is on in the Teton National Forest for Mike Bullinger. The auto was parked at the Pacific Creek Campground, near the Grand Teton National Park border, and might have been there since late June.

The vehicle belonging to a man wanted in connection to a triple homicide at a Caldwell home has been found at a remote campground in Wyoming.

It’s not clear whether Bullinger’s wife and girlfriend knew about each other.

One of the victims has been identified as 56-year-old Cheryl Bullinger, the wanted man’s wife.

The two other women have not been identified by the coroner’s office yet.

The statement said information indicated the vehicle may have been there for about three weeks prior to law enforcement being notified.

Nadja Medley and Bullinger had been dating for more than two years, friends say, and Medley and her daughter had moved in with Bullinger at the KCID Road home not long before the bodies were discovered. He was last seen in Ogden. He is considered a “person of interest” in the murders, and no homicide charges have been filed in the case. He now faces charges of failure to report the three deaths on his property.

Anyone with any information about Bullinger’s whereabouts should call their local law enforcement or the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office, 208-454-7510.

According to the Teton County Wyoming Sheriff’s Office, Mr. Bullinger is six-foot-one with grey hair and brown eyes, weighing 240 pounds.