FBI's wanted poster for Robert Fisher.
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PAYSON, AZ - The FBI has alerted law enforcement in northern Arizona that the prime suspect in a 2001 triple murder in Scottsdale could be living in the Payson area.
Authorities have been searching for Robert Fisher since his wife and two children were found dead in the family's home on April 10, 2001.
The Arizona Republic says Fisher remains on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List.
Fisher allegedly slit the throats of his family, shot his wife in the head, blew up their home to cover it up and disappeared.
Ten days later, the SUV of Fisher's wife was discovered in the mountains outside Payson along with the family dog.
Police also found a cap Fisher apparently wore when bank surveillance cameras caught him withdrawing $280 the day of the explosion.
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