The search for two-year-old Deorr Kunz was called off Sunday, after search and rescue members came up empty after completing a comprehensive search of a more than two-mile radius from a campsite near Timber Creek Reservoir.
At one point, there were more than 150 people involved in the search, which included the use of a helicopter, divers, dogs and searchers on horseback and on ATVs. Searchers worked day and night after the boy was reported missing Friday afternoon.
It was unclear Monday whether the search might be resumed later.
The toddler reportedly wandered away from the campsite, located about 55 miles southeast of Salmon and 10 miles southeast of Leadore. Family members called 911 around 2:30 p.m. Friday to report the boy had been missing for about an hour.
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Officers from the Lemhi County Sheriff’s Office, the Salmon Police Department and other local agencies worked with Salmon Search and Rescue to look for the boy, according to the sheriff’s office.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Lemhi County Sheriff’s Office at 208-756-8980.