BOISE -- The seven-year search for a man accused of a triple murder in Elmore County is finally over.?
The FBI confirmed Saturday that the search ended in Mexico.?
He is wanted on three charges of first-degree murder and has been on the FBI's Most Wanted List for four years.
Authorities arrested Jorge Lopez Orozco in Mexico on Wednesday.
Investigators said earlier they weren't positive they had their man, but fingerprints identified him.
Police say he murdered his girlfriend, 29-year-old Rebecca Ramirez, and her two young sons in Elmore County back in 2002.
Their bodies were found burned beyond recognition in a car outside Mountain Home.
It's a case that has been on the minds of the Elmore County Sheriff's Office and the victims' families for many years.
Finally, Sheriff Rick Layher says they can all begin to move on.
"My heart goes out to the family," Layher said. "For seven years it's been on their minds daily, and at least this, with Jorge being picked up, will give them a little bit of relief throughout the rest of the process."
National agencies are now working with Mexican authorities to begin the process of bringing Jorge Orozco back to the United States to face the charges.
The FBI is still searching for Jorge's brother, Simon Orozco, who they say helped his brother get away from police.