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Few tips in pursuit of Navajo homicide suspect

The FBI says it is receiving fewer and fewer tips about the fourth suspect in a triple homicide on the Navajo Nation.

The FBI is asking the public for help in locating Michael Johnson, 26. Investigators say he may be with his girlfriend, Nashena Johnson, and their 2-year-old daughter

The FBI says two cars belonging to the couple were found in New Mexico but a different car -- a 2005 maroon Mitsubishi Gallant -- that belonged to another homicide suspect is missing. The search is continuing on the Navajo Nation and in New Mexico and Arizona.

Johnson is wanted for the drug-related murders of three young Navajos. Lars Yazzie, 18, Vicki Benally, 26, and Bobby Fulton, 20 were killed near the chapter house in Hogback, New Mexico, on November 7.

Three people have already been arrested in connection with the crime. Eugina Cowboy, 22, Darcy Manus, 22, and Chuck Nahkai, 29, face federal murder charges.

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FBI asks for assitance in 3 murders (The Gallup Independent 11/22)

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