$50K will be given for the information about 7-year-old missing boy

$50K will be given for the information about 7-year-old missing boy

About five years ago Kyron Horman, a little boy from Oregon, disappeared but the local government, police and relatives are not giving op on the attempts to find him.

About five years ago Kyron Horman, a little boy from Oregon, disappeared but the local government, police and relatives are not giving op on the attempts to find him.

His stepmother was the last person who saw the 7-year-old boy after she had dropped him off at his elementary school in Portland on June 4, 2010.

During four years, day by day, all relatives together with volunteers, police and search dogs have been looking for him or at least some information that could lead to the missing. This year the investigation is still ongoing, according to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. Besides, at the moment $50,000 is being offered for information that could be useful in resolving the case.

All possible forces are directed to the investigation of the missing child, according to the officer’s statement. Among those, who are participating in the searches, are the full time sheriff’s office detective and a retired FBI agent whose specialization was child abduction. They both are working round-the-clock to define the boy’s location.

The majority was sure that the stepmother has been somehow connected with Kyron’s missing as she was who saw him at the porch of his school. Besides, the public provided police with the information that on the day of boy’s vanishing she was driving a white pickup truck.
The boy’s father Kaine Horman divorced Terry Horman, Kyron’s stepmother, and stated that he believes she was involved in the disappearance of his son.
There are no officially announced suspects in the case and no charges had been filed against anyone as well.

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