WEST POINT -- Police found a missing 15-year-old West Point boy late Wednesday they are calling a person of interest in the suspicious deaths of his younger brothers.
Davis County Sheriff's Sgt. Sue Poulsen said a 4-year-old boy and a 10-year-old boy were found dead by their mother around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at a home in the 25 North block of 1660 West. They were last seen alive by the mother when she left the house around 4:45 p.m.
Police began a search for their older brother, Poulsen said, and asked the public for help. Aza Vidinhar, 15, was located just before midnight.
Police are unsure whether Aza Vidinhar was involved in the deaths of his brothers, but are calling him a person of interest and were concerned for his safety, Poulsen said.
Cathlene Ellsworth, who lives in the neighborhood, said police were going door to door with K9 officers looking for Vidinhar.
"I was kind of unnerved," she said. "They were looking past us to see if anyone was in the house with us, like they didn't know if we were telling the truth."
On Feb. 10, 2011, Vidinhar was reported missing from his West Point home. His mother told police she had spoken to him around 3:30 p.m., left the room, came back a short time later and he was gone, Davis Sheriff's officials said at that time. He was found later that night in a Wendy's restaurant.
The Standard-Examiner will update this story as information becomes available.