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Age Progression Photo of Missing Boy Kyron Horman Displayed on Fleet of Trucks

The last photo taken of Kyron Horman.

Kyron Horman has been missing since June 4, 2010. On that day, his stepmother Terri Horman brought the 7-year-old boy to Skyline Elementary School in Portland, Oregon. He posed for a picture in front of his science project, a large poster about the red eyed tree frog. Then, Terri Horman says she watched him walk down the hall to his first class. But Kyron never made it to the classroom and was marked absent  He has not been since and, despite an exhaustive search conducted by multiple agencies, no significant information regarding his whereabouts has been uncovered.

The age progression image, created last year by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children shows what Kyron would look like now, at age nine.  Starting this week, the photo will be prominently displayed on a fleet of trucks from the Gordon Trucking Company, which drive across Oregon and Washington. Kyron’s parents, Desiree Young and Kaine Horman, attended Monday’s unveiling of a trailer bearing the image. Kyron is the latest addition to the Homeward Bound Program, a collaboration between Washington State Police and Gordon Trucking.

Anyone with any information about Kyron Horman or another missing child is asked to call 1-800-THE-LOST.

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