Multiple law enforcement agencies are looking for a suspect in a triple homicide in Idaho in June, according to a news release from the Teton County Emergency Management Office on Monday.

They are looking for Gerald Michael "Mike" Bullinger, 60, who apparently abandoned a car 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 car may have been in the area since mid June, according to the news release.

Bullinger is believed to be armed and dangerous.

He has gray hair, brown eyes, is 6-feet, 1-inch tall, weighs 240 pounds and was last seen wearing a ball cap.

Besides Teton County Emergency Management, other agencies involved in the manhunt include the Teton County Wyoming Sheriff's Office, the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Agencies also are using cadaver dogs in the search.

On June 19, a Caldwell, Idaho, Sheriff's deputy found the badly decomposed bodies of 56-year-old Cheryl Baker of Ogden, Utah — Bullinger's wife — a teenager and another adult woman in a shed on property in Caldwell, Idaho, that belonged to Baker and Bullinger. The car that was found belonged to Baker.

Each of the victims died of a single gunshot wound.

Investigators are still working to identify the other two victims.

Anyone with information that may be related to this investigation is encouraged to contact the Teton County Sheriff's Office by calling or texting 911 or (307) 733-2331.