PORTLAND – A new missing boy poster has been created in the search for Kyron Horman, which shows what he might look like now, two years after he vanished, at the age of 7.
Another shows him without glasses.
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The National center for Missing & Exploited Children issued the new missing boy poster Monday, which marked the two-year anniversary of the day he vanished.
Kyron was last seen during a science fair at Portland’s Skyline School on June 4th 2010.
The boy’s step-mother, Terri Horman, has been a focus of the investigation, but has never been charged.
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Kaine Horman, Kyron’s dad, believes his estranged wife Terri could help police solve the case if she would cooperate with investigators.
Last week, Kyron's mother also filed a $10 million lawsuit against Terri. Desiree Young said she filed the lawsuit as part of her effort to bring the case back into the forefront.
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On Monday, Kaine visited The Wall of Hope, a makeshift memorial created in his son's honor. From there, he told KGW that the search for his son continues and he believes Kyron is still alive, waiting to be brought home.