NEWPORT, Mich. -- Taylor Manley should have been home when her father returned from his job on the overnight shift at an auto supply plant.
He had spoken to her by phone about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. But when Robert Manley arrived at his home near Evart, in a rural area of Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula, the 15-year-old was nowhere to be found and the front door appeared to have been forced open.
Robert Manley called 911, and authorities soon issued an Amber Alert for his missing daughter.
Hours later, Taylor's body and the body of 38-year-old Raymond R. Bush were found about 170 miles away in his minivan, parked in a lonely cemetery in the small, southeastern Michigan community of Newport.
Bush was shot once in the head. Taylor was shot multiple times. At least one .22-caliber slug was to her head. She also was shot in the chest.
"It appears he shot Taylor, then shot himself," s
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