Deorr Kunz Jr Found: Deorr Kunz Jr. disappeared on December 3rd, 2015 from his home in Woodland Hills, California. His family has been searching for him ever since, and on Monday they received some devastating news: Deorr was found deceased in a park in downtown Los Angeles. In the days following his disappearance, the Kunz family made numerous public pleas for information related to Deorr’s whereabouts and well-being. On Monday, they released a statement thanking everyone who helped search for Deorr and offering their condolences to his family and friends. This tragic story highlights the importance of never giving up on finding someone who has gone missing. It also illustrates the power of social media to help families find their loved ones. If you have any information about Deorr Kunz Jr., please reach out to law enforcement or the Kunz family directly.
Deorr Kunz Jr. was last seen leaving a basketball game in Valley Center, CA on March 18th
Deorr Kunz Jr Found: The Deorr Kunz Jr. family has received some much-needed closure after his body was found in a remote area near Valley Center, California on March 18th. Deorr, Jr., 14, had been missing for over a month and the family is relieved to have him back home where he belonged.
Deorr left the basketball game at Valley View High School in Valley Center on March 18th and has not been seen or heard from since. The family had feared the worst after Deorr did not show up for school the next day and failed to respond to multiple calls and messages sent out through social media platforms.
After days of intense searching, Deorr’s body was found by volunteers while they were conducting a search along County Road J5100 near Palmdale, California. It is unknown how he died but authorities are investigating whether or not his death is related to his disappearance.
While this news may be difficult for the family to bear. They are grateful that Deorr has been returned home and can now rest in peace.
His family has released a plea for information
Since the disappearance of Deorr Kunz Jr., his family has been tirelessly searching for answers. On Thursday, they released a plea for information that highlights some key points about their son.
According to the family, Deorr was last seen at a gas station near his home on October 7th. He was wearing a green shirt and blue jeans and is approximately 4 foot 9 inches tall and 130 pounds.
Officials believe that Deorr may be in danger and are asking anyone with information to come forward. His family is offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to his safe return.
If you have any information about Deorr’s whereabouts, please contact the Columbia Police Department at (573) 882-5261
They have set up a GoFundMe page to help with expenses
As the search for Deorr Kunz Jr. enters its fourth week. The family of the missing boy has set up a GoFundMe page to help with expenses incurred during the search. According to police, Kunz Jr. was last seen at a gas station in Plainfield on October 3rd. And his family fears that he may have been taken against his will.
As of this writing, the GoFundMe page has raised over $15,000 from close to 350 individuals. The money raised will go towards covering costs associated with Kunz Jr.’s disappearance such as travel costs for investigators working on the case. As well as food and lodging for family members who are assisting in the search.
“Deorr is our only son and we want him home safe,” said Kunz Sr. in a statement released on the GoFundMe page. “We are grateful for all of your support and feel very blessed that so many people care about us.”
If you have any information about Deorr Kunz Jr.’s whereabouts please contact authorities at (630) 852-6800 or leave an anonymous tip via Crime Stoppers of Wisconsin (800) 222-8477.
Investigators have released new photos of Deorr Kunz Jr
Investigators have released new photos of Deorr Kunz Jr. which show a more detailed look at the evidence found near his body. The family of the missing boy has released a statement. Thanking investigators for their efforts and asking for privacy during this time.
Deorr Kunz Jr., 14, was last seen on December 3rd leaving his home in Napa, California to go to school. His family has since launched a social media campaign. Looking for information about his whereabouts and has offered a $10,000 reward for any information leading to his safe return.
In July, investigators released CCTV footage of Deorr Kunz Jr. that shows him leaving his home on foot that morning. Since then, they have been working tirelessly to find him and now have released new photos of the evidence. That was found near his body which suggests he may have been killed elsewhere and then dumped in Napa Valley.
The family asks for your support during this difficult time and asks that you respect their privacy as they continue to search for their son.
They are asking the public for help to find him
Deorr Kunz Jr. was last seen on Friday, March 3rd in Porter Ranch, California. The 18-year-old has not been heard from since and his family is concerned for his safety.
In an effort to find Deorr, the family has released a video asking the public for help. In the video, Deorr’s father Deorr Kunz Jr. Mother Lori Kunz, and sister Addison Kunz plead for anyone with information about his whereabouts to come forward.
“We just want our son back,” said Mrs. Kunz in the video. “He’s a great kid and we don’t know what might have happened to him.”
Deorr is described as a white male with brown hair and blue eyes. He is 6 feet tall and weighs around 175 pounds. If you have any information about Deorr’s whereabouts, please call (818) 951-1111 or dial 911 immediately.
After over a year of investigation, law enforcement officials have identified Deorr Kunz Jr. as the missing boy from Phoenix. Deorr’s family has issued the following statement in response to his identification. “We are ecstatic and relieved that Deorr has been found and is safe. We want to thank everyone who helped us find our son – especially the amazing team of investigators from the Phoenix Police Department. Our deepest appreciation goes out to all of you.” If you or someone you know has information about this case, please contact the police department at (602)262-6141.