PORTLAND, Ore. Kaine Horman made a pilgrimage to the wall of hope Wednesday afternoon, and in an interview with KGW said he was as hopeful as ever that his 7-year-old son would be coming home.
At the wall of hope, Kaine left letters he s received from people all over the country who are praying for his son's safe return.
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It's overwhelming, Kaine said of all the tokens of support and letters placed on the fence at Skyline Elementary. Seeing this ... continues to make me miss him even more, if that's possible.
Kaine said he was confident his little boy will one day see how many people love him. Kyron disappeared on June 4.
We come up a couple times a week and pick up some of the stuffed animals and toys and stuff and take them back down to his room, said Kaine. We're putting some shelves and stuff up for him so we can put everything up for him for when he comes home.
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He's still out there, we just need to find him. He's waiting to be found.
Kaine said he envisioned Kyron's return every day and dreams of him every night. Kaine says he's glad to be back in his home, but that the only thing missing was Kyron.
Kaine attended three hours of meetings at the Multnomah County Sheriff s Office Tuesday. He told KGW on the way out that he did not wish to comment on the three hours of meetings he had just attended. DETAILS:Kaine at sheriff's
Police have never named the boy's step-mother Terri Moulton-Horman as a suspect or a person of interest in the case, but Kyron's parents have said they've been convinced by investigators that she has knowledge of Kyron's disappearance. She was the last person to see Kyron inside Skyline Elementary School on June 4. The search for Kyron has been ongoing ever since.
Terri Horman moved out of the family home over the weekend and returned to Roseburg. More: Terri Horman moves to Roseburg
On Wednesday, Kaine was only thinking about his missing son: Today's focus is Kyron. I'm not going to worry about Terri.
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