A man suspected of killing his wife and two young daughters in Shingletown on May 7 may have been spotted in Siskiyou County on Friday.

A man suspected of killing his wife and two young daughters in Shingletown on May 7 may have been spotted in Siskiyou County on Friday.

A witness reported seeing a man matching Shane Miller's description in Fort Jones, said Siskiyou County Sheriff's spokesperson Allison Giannini. He was wearing a blue flannel shirt, green pants and a baseball cap and carrying a green backpack. The man had a long, six inch red beard with gray at the roots.

Miller, 45, is described as 5'11" tall, 200 pounds with blue eyes and strawberry blond hair.

Miller is suspected of shooting his wife and two daughters at their Shingletown home, sparking a manhunt that stretched to Humboldt County, where he grew up.

According to information provided by the US Marshals Service, Miller should be considered armed and dangerous.

If you see a man matching his description, call 911 or contact Deputy US Marshal McMullen at (916) 417-0238 or (916) 930-2030.

Tipsters may remain anonymous if requested and cash rewards are available for any information leading to Miller's arrest, according to the US Department of Justice.