One month after Shingletown triple-homicide, search for Shane Miller has dwindled
It has been one month since a mother and two daughters were murdered in their Shingletown home.
The homicide was followed by an intense manhunt for their husband and father, 45-year-old Shane Franklin Miller.
Sandy Miller and her two daughters, eight-year-old Shelby and four-year-old Shasta, were found shot dead back on May 7.
Shane Miller's truck and the family dog were found in Humboldt County near the remote town of Petrolia.
Investigators told us they have not had any leads since then.
We called the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office on Friday.
They told us they have called off all search efforts, and are no longer running extra patrols in the King Range National Conservation area.
That land is controlled and patrolled by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and the Sheriff’s Office believes they have cancelled extra enforcement, as well.
Shane Miller is considered armed and dangerous.
He is 5’10” tall, weighing about 200 pounds, with blue eyes and red hair.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Shasta County Sheriff's Office, or 9-1-1.
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