Lemhi Sheriff on Deorr Kunz: “We Do Not Suspect Foul Play”
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LEADORE – The Lemhi County Sheriff’s Office does not expect foul play in the disappearance of Idaho Falls toddler Deorr Kunz Jr., according to Sheriff Lynn Bowerman.
Bowerman did not clarify what constitutes foul play, but has said in the past that nothing has been ruled out in the search for the toddler.
In an email to EastIdahoNews.com, Bowerman confirmed Deorr’s parents, Deorr Kunz Sr. and Jessica Mitchell, took lie detector tests but the sheriff did not say whether they passed or failed.
A remote-operated drone will be used Wednesday to help with the search in the area where the two-year-old disappeared. Bowerman said the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office will fly their drone in an effort to cover areas that are difficult to access on foot.
“They are just photographing the area in case this should ever turn into a criminal investigation,” Bowerman said. “They are not looking for anything in particular, just a photo of the area in general.”
Despite intense efforts by searchers, investigators have found no trace of the toddler who was last seen during a family camping trip on July 10.