UPDATE:

MURRAY, Utah (ABC4) — The Utah County Sheriff’s Office has reported that Elijah Seeley, 13, and Katiana Peterson, 14, who have been missing since Nov. 4, have been found safe in Murray by Utah Transit Authority Police late last night.

Bring Katiana Home, an Instagram page created to raise awareness of the two missing teens posted about the good news as well.

“We appreciate the support, and we were able to bring them home because of all of you,” the latest post stated. “As the families work on helping these children heal, please be respectful and give them their privacy.”

UPDATE: 2 missing Spanish Fork teens spotted in Salt Lake City, police say

Nov 10, 2022 / 08:33 PM MST

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Elijah Seeley, 13, and Katiana Peterson, 14, are both spotted together in an establishment near 1700 S Redwood Road at 4 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Courtesy of Utah County Sheriff’s Office

ORIGINAL STORY: 1 missing Spanish Fork teen found, search continues for other 2, police say

Nov 8, 2022 / 03:50 PM MST

SPANISH FORK, Utah (ABC4) – Three teenagers from Spanish Fork went missing last week. One of them was found on Monday, Nov. 7. 

Elijah Seeley, 13, Katiana Peterson, 14, and another teen were reported missing last Saturday, Nov. 5. They were last seen last Friday, Nov. 4, in Spanish Fork.

The third teen was just found Monday, as confirmed by Sgt. Spencer Cannon, the public information officer of Utah County Sheriff’s Office (UCSO).  

All three juveniles are listed as runaways on the national missing child database, according to Sgt. Blake Ottesen with the Spanish Fork Police Department

Seeley and Peterson remain missing. The Utah County Sheriff’s Office reported that the two teens are believed to be in the company of someone named “Victor.” Authorities believe they could be in Payson, Utah, Idaho or on the way to Mexico. 

SFPD is responsible for investigating Peterson’s disappearance while the Utah County Sheriff’s Office is primarily working on Seeley’s case but taking information on both of the teens. 

Anyone with information about their whereabouts should call 911 or USCO at (801) 794-3970.

This is a developing story. Check back as more information becomes available.