From the Sydney Morning Herald:
"Police said they suspect Munis, an avid hunter [who shot his wife with a sniper rifle], could be hiding in the vast, rugged wilderness regions to the west of the city.
Captain Jeff Schulz of the Cheyenne Police Department said police had received no contact from him since the killing."
That's outrageous! Everybody knows the core skill of a great homicide detective is waiting by the phone for the perpetrator to ring.
"Hi, it's me. Yeah, I shot her. No, I don't regret it. Um, OK, I guess, they say it'll be about 28 degrees with a chance of light rain. Yeah, well, the farmer's'll be happy at least. I'm sleeping rough in a ditch, cradling my M-16 and communing with the vengeful spirit of my dead wife so I'm not so crazy about precipitation. OK, same time tomorrow?"