Grandma: Murder Suspect Has Fiery Temper

As authorities continue to search for a suspect in a triple homicide in southwest Indiana, we're learning more about the wanted man, 23-year-old Nicholas Harbison.

His grandmother says Harbison had a fiery temper, enjoyed shooting guns and spent long periods of time secluded in the country.

She says he dropped out of high school and has never held a steady job.

Harbison is believed to be on the run with his aunt Joyce, his girlfriend Misty Davis and their two-year-old daughter, Kelsie.

Police say he may be headed to Oregon, where he lived briefly.

Harbison is wanted in the deaths 18-year-old Keela Lynch of Princeton, 21-year-old Daniel White of Francisco and 17-year-old Rebekah Acorn of Evansville.

The only survivor, 18-year-old Cameron White, managed to call for help on his cell phone. Cameron's brother Daniel White, is one of the victims.

The victims were found in a cornfield in northern Pike County, some 35 miles north of Evansville.

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