Warrants Served as Search For Elma Man Continues
ELMA, Wash. – Detectives with the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department are executing additional search warrants today as an ongoing effort to determine the whereabouts of Louis “Buck” Muller.
Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Shumate tells us Mr. Muller was last seen on October 21st (2012) at his residence in the 900 block of Monte-Elma Road of Elma.
The search warrants today will be executed at two different locations. One location will be a place of business in Montesano where Muller and his wife own an antique store. Investigators are looking at business records for information that may explain Muller’s disappearance. The other location to be searched is the Muller residence. This will be the second search of this residence. Detectives will be expanding the search area as there are several acres of property.
Investigators know that Muller did not leave in his vehicle however it is unknown how he left the area. Muller has not made contact with his family or friends.
Muller’s wife came to the Sheriff’s Office on October 23rd to report a Domestic Violence situation that occurred on October 21st. It is unknown if Muller knows that she reported the incident. There is an active warrant for this case.
Muller is a diabetic and has not been taking his insulin. According to his wife Muller has been diagnosed with Intermittent Explosive Disorder and severe depression. He has made threats of suicide in the past.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Louis Muller is asked to contact the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department. Phone numbers are included in the attached flyer.