Age-progression photo for Kyron Horman tries to renew attention to case
A truck drives past a parked trailer displaying an age-progressed photo of what Kyron Horman could look like now during an unveiling for media Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, at a trucking yard in Pacific, Wash. Kyron disappeared in June 2010 from a Portland, Ore., school. The age-progression photo has been released in a poster from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and also been added to the side of some of the fleet of trucks from Gordon Trucking. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
PACIFIC, Wash. — It's been nearly three years since Kyron Horman disappeared from a Portland school where his stepmother says she dropped him off.
An age-progression photo to show what he would look like now has been released in a poster from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The poster is displayed on the Gordon Trucking fleet of trucks in Washington and Oregon.
Kyron's father, Kane Horman, was at an event Monday at the trucking company yard in Pacific where the Washington State Patrol highlighted the latest addition to the Homeward Bound Program.
No arrests have been made in Kyron's disappearance. His mother, Desiree Young, of Medford, is suing his stepmother, Terri Horman, seeking a court order to force her to say what happened to him.
— Associated Press
See the poster online at http:bit.ly/Yt0vV6.
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