Mom: New Clues in 3-Year Search for Kyron Horman

Volunteers comb Portland for missing boy
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 3, 2013 12:52 AM CDT
Mom: New Clues in Kyron Horman Search
This age-progressed photo shows what Kyron might look like now.   (The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)

A breakthrough at last in the Kyron Horman case? The mother of the Oregon boy who disappeared on June 4, 2010, says a search in the Portland area turned up "a lot of things and possibly evidence." Around 60 volunteers and 10 search dogs were involved in the hunt for clues to the whereabouts of Kyron, who was the focus of the largest search in Oregon's history when he disappeared aged 7, KPTV reports. His stepmother was the focus of the investigation but police have never named a suspect in the case. "I still feel like I'm stuck back on June 4," his mother tells the Oregonian. "I can't move on from that because I don't have answers, I don't have Kyron." (Read more Kyron Horman stories.)

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