MIAMI — Law enforcement authorities are still searching for Paul Michael Merhige, suspected of killing four relatives on Thanksgiving Day in Palm Beach County.
The U.S. Marshals Service was in Miami Wednesday handing out fliers in the area of Southwest 22nd Street in hopes of drumming up leads in the quadruple murder investigation.
The Marshals Service said it was circulating the fliers -- containing Merhige's photo and background information -- outside the Walgreen's at 3595 SW 22 St. They will also be going to other areas.
Merhige, 35, is accused of shooting six family members on Nov. 26, killing four. Among the dead were his two sisters, a 6-year-old girl and her 76-year-old grandmother.
Last Saturday, the two sisters, Carla Merhige and Lisa Knight, were memorialized at Our Lady of Lebanon Church, with more than a hundred relatives and friends in attendance. The sisters often sang at the church, located in Miami's Shenandoah neighborhood.
Merhige lived in Miami, though he is believed to have fled the state of Florida and may have gone to Michigan.
Authorities are offering a $35,000 reward for information that leads to Merhige's capture.
Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 800-458-8477.