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Tips pour in on murder case, still no sign of suspect

Idaho Falls

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IDAHO FALLS — It’s been one week since Christin Caldwell’s body was found buried in her Bonneville County home and there’s been no sign of the alleged killer, according to the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office.

Jeremy White, 39, is wanted for second-degree murder and officials believe he hasn’t been in Idaho since Wednesday, Nov. 9. Detectives say White left the area with Deena Rane Aday and they are believed to be traveling in a 2004 silver Jeep Cherokee with Idaho license plate 8B HV461.

“We’ve had several tips on their whereabouts and possible sightings but so far we haven’t had any solid leads,” Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Bryan Lovell told EastIdahoNews.com Friday. “They could be anywhere.”

Lovell said detectives are tracking White’s and Aday’s cell phone activity and, as far as investigators know, nobody in Idaho has heard from the pair.

“Family and friends have attempted to reach out to them on social media but they’ve not been able to contact them,” Lovell said.

Funeral services for Caldwell will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26, at the Idaho Falls LDS Pioneer Ward on Charlotte Drive. The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office has not released how she died and the medical examiners office is waiting on toxicology reports before issuing an official cause of death.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information that could help find White or Aday to contact them here:

By phone:
Crimestoppers: (208) 522-1983
Dispatch: (208) 529-1200

Online:
www.ifcrime.org
Bonneville County Sheriff’s Facebook page

FUNERAL INFORMATION HERE http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/postregister/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=182563845

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