Update: Murder suspect accompanied by woman, whereabouts unknown
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UPDATE (2 p.m. Friday):
A nationwide warrant has been issued for Jeremy White, of Idaho Falls, for second-degree murder in connection with the death of Christin Caldwell.
In a news conference Friday afternoon, Bonneville County Sheriff Paul Wilde said White left the area on Wednesday. His whereabouts are unknown, but he has likely left east Idaho. He has family in Nevada and may be there.
White is believed to be traveling in a 2004 Jeep Cherokee with Idaho license plate 8BHV461.
He is traveling with Deena Aday of Idaho Falls. Their relationship is unknown. Wilde said Aday may be in danger.
Caldwell’s family lost contact with her Monday. Authorities found her body buried in the dirt of the basement of her Bonneville County home.
Investigators are not releasing the cause of her death. An autopsy is pending.
White is considered to be armed and dangerous. If you see him, do not approach him.
If you have information on where White is, contact the sheriff’s office at (208) 529-1200.
PREVIOUS STORY (9:15 a.m. Friday):
BONNEVILLE COUNTY — A woman was found dead inside a home on the 3100 block of South 35th West and authorities are investigating the incident as a homicide.
Bonneville County Sheriff deputies were led to the home after Christin Caldwell and Jeremy White were reported missing earlier this week. Family members and law enforcement sources tell EastIdahoNews.com Caldwell was discovered buried in the basement of the home.
Idaho State Police distributed a statewide “attempt to locate” notification on White and the silver Jeep Grand Cherokee he is believed to be driving. A warrant for second degree murder has been issued for White’s arrest.
EastIdahoNews.com has reporters working this story and will post updates as we receive them.