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Deputies report runaway 16-year-old girl found safe

BONNEVILLE COUNTY, Idaho (KIFI) - UPDATE 8:18 p.m., 10/14/22:  The Bonneville County Sheriff's Office reports Friday evening that runaway juvenile Korbyn Domning was located and was safely returned to her family.

The sheriff’s office thanks those who provided tips and information that assisted in locating her.


UPDATE 10/13/22: The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is still searching for 16-year-old Korbyn Domning, who was reported as a runaway on Oct. 7. Deputies have recovered the red Jeep Cherokee Korbyn was last seen driving in the area of Chasewood Dr. and Trailwood Dr. in Ammon and believe she was with it around 6 p.m. Friday night.  

Deputies have located and spoken with the estranged boyfriend in Washington State and confirmed he arrived home in Washington prior to Korbyn being reported as a runaway and prior to her last sighting in Ammon.  

Deputies are continuing to investigate and are asking anyone with information as to Korbyn’s whereabouts call the Bonneville County dispatch immediately at 208-529-1200. Anonymous tips can also be sent to East Idaho Crime Stoppers online at or through the P3tips app on your mobile device. 

ORIGINAL: The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a 16-year-old.

Korbyn Domning was reported as a runaway on Oct. 7. 

Parents discovered information Korbyn intended to leave the area and contacted dispatch after she failed to return home from work. 

Information provided to deputies indicates Korbyn may have been seen in Idaho Falls on Saturday morning with an estranged boyfriend from the Washington. 

Law enforcement in Washington have since contacted the boyfriend and have been unable to locate Korbyn with him. 

Korbyn is 16-years-old with brown hair and blue eyes, last seen driving her 1999 Maroon Jeep Cherokee with Idaho License Plate 8BS434U. 

Anyone who has seen Korbyn or has information on her whereabouts are asked to contact Bonneville County Dispatch immediately at 208-529-1200. 

Tips and information can also be sent to East Idaho Crime Stoppers online at or through the P3tips app on your mobile device. 

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