Video released by the Big Horn County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday shows flames ripping through the Lodge Grass house where three people were killed on Friday.
The house burned down early Tuesday morning.
The brief video clip was shot by a Sheriff's deputy who responded to the scene.
Three people were shot dead at the Helen Street residence on Friday during an altercation that authorities say may have involved drugs.
A person of interest was identified in an internal BOLO alert to law enforcement as Roderick Plentyhawk, 32, who was wanted for questioning.
The Sheriff’s office said Plentyhawk has since been located and questioned.
Authorities have declined to comment so far on what they learned from the interview and whether Plentyhawk is in custody.
The victims were identified by the Big Horn County Coroner as Leslie Frank Nomee Jr., 27, Denise Stewart Nomee, 25, and Nehemiah Broken Rope, 30.
The coroner said all three victims died of gunshot wounds, but he declined to comment on how many times each was shot.
Two other people were shot, but survived.
According to the FBI, one of the two surviving victims remains hospitalized.
Methamphetamine fueled the shootings, according to the Crow Tribe of Indians chairman.
Chairman Alvin Not Afraid Jr. released a statement on Saturday remarking of the "deep sadness" the shooting has left the Crow Tribe.
Families affected by the shooting, according to the chairman, include Blaine, White, Nomee, Hunts the Arrow, Stewart, Morning, Hoops, Falls Down, Takes the Horse and Not Afraid.
At last word from FBI officials, there have been no arrests at this time.
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