Boise • Law enforcement officials say they have located the vehicle wanted in connection with the deaths of three women near a rural southwestern Idaho farmhouse.

Canyon County Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell announced Monday that the white 2007 Ford Focus was found at a remote campground in northwest Wyoming in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Currently, a nationwide manhunt is underway for 60-year-old Gerald "Mike" Bullinger. Part of the Wyoming forest has been temporarily closed so authorities can search the area.

The decomposed bodies of 56-year-old Cheryl Baker of Ogden — Bullinger's wife — a teenager and another adult woman were found June 19 on property in Caldwell, Idaho that belonged to Baker and Bullinger. Each victim died from a gunshot.

Investigators are still working to identify the other two victims.

In this undated photo released by the Canyon County Sheriff's office shows suspect Gerald "Mike" Bullinger, formerly of Ogden, Utah. Canyon County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell says Bullinger, is considered a person of interest in the murders discovered Monday, June 19, 2017 at a Caldwell, Idaho home. A sheriff’s deputy found the bodies hidden in a shed after family members from out-of-state called to ask that someone check on Bullinger and other family members who had recently moved to the tiny Idaho farmhouse. (Canyon County Sheriff via AP)