We're lucky to live in the Treasure Valley where time and time again, the community proves to look out for one another.

While the Treasure Valley and our great State of Idaho does remain a safe place most of the time--there's always one to 'ruin' it for the group. Tragic news out of Mountain Home this week has local authorities working overtime to get to the bottom of a homicide--and track down a suspect that is on the loose in the area.

According to a release from the Mountain Home Police Department, authorities located a deceased male subject who had been reported missing at the Thunderbird Motel, in Mountain Home. Officers declared the death a homicide and have since learned that the victim's car was taken by the suspect--who has since been identified.

At this time, Mountain Home Police are actively searching for 58-year-old Brian M. McGehee. His photo is below:

Credit: Mountain Home Police Department
Credit: Mountain Home Police Department

He is believed to be driving the victim's grey 2010 Mazda XC9 with the Idaho license plate: E0688U.

McGehee has been declared armed, dangerous, and on the loose.

Any information about his whereabouts should be directed to 911 -- and do not approach the man.

Did you know that Idaho has its very own 'Most Wanted' list through the Department of Corrections? Here is a closer look at the list -- do you recognize anyone? 

Idaho Department of Corrections Seeks 8 'Most Wanted' Suspects

Take a good look at these photos--do you recognize anyone? Authorities need your help!

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Boise Police are also looking for some suspects in and around the State of Idaho--perhaps you can help our local authorities with these wanted individuals? Take a look below and inform the police if so!

LOOK: These 19 People Are Boise's Most Wanted

Yes, even here in the Treasure Valley where crime isn't so rampant, there is a most wanted list. According to the Southwest Idaho Crime Stoppers, these are the most wanted of them all. So many of these mugshots are from Ada and Canyon Counties. Do you recognize anyone?

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