Portland, Oregon – Today marks nine years since Kyron Horman disappeared. He was a second-grader at Skyline in Northwest Portland. His step-mom Terri Horman was the last person to see him before he vanished. The seven-year-old never made it home from school on June 4th 2010. A massive search didn’t turn up any evidence. Police never called Terri Horman a suspect, but Kyron’s father has said he believes she was involved in the disappearance. The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation is continuing. This morning Kyron’s biological mom Desiree Young spoke to reporters she will never stop looking for her boy.  She still says Terri Vasquez formerly (Horman) Kyron’s step-mother had a strong dislike for him and knows what happened to him.  Young pledges to be relentless in finding Kyron any way she can.

A book entitled Love You Forever The Search for Kyron Horman will be out later this Fall. Young hopes people across the country will talk about it.  Look at his pictures learn more about his story and share it.  She believes that will Ultimately bring him back to his family. Investigators are using the latest technology to find the boy who would now be 16.


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