Major Break in Missing Idaho Toddler DeOrr Kunz Case
This precious little boy has been missing for almost 4 years now and finally, the police may have a major break in the case.
Cadaver dogs have sniffed out human remains in the campground area where two-year-old DeOrr Kunz Jr, disappeared on July 10, 2015.
If you are unfamiliar with the case, little DeOrr vanished without a trace during a family camping trip to Timbercreek Campground near Leadore in Lemhi County.
In an article on KTVB, a private investigator acknowledged that the remains his dogs sniffed out could belong to someone else but that he was hired to find DeOrr and he believes he has accomplished that.
So what happens next? The Lemhi County Sheriffs Office needs to identify what the dogs found. The Timbercreek Campground is closed through the weekend as the investigation continues.
Former Lemhi County Sheriff Lyn Bowerman said he believes DeOrr is dead and that he considers the toddler's parents to be suspects, but no charges against them have ever been filed.
Let's hope and pray that we finally get some answers and that justice can prevail in this case.