KYRON HORMAN , Age Now: 7, Missing: 06/04/2010. Missing From PORTLAND, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (Oregon) Tip Line 1-503-261-2847.
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Search continues for missing boy, hundreds of adults and kids to return to Skyline today for interviews with detectives
By Noelle Crombie, The Oregonian
June 06, 2010, 6:58AM
Authorities plan to brief the public later this morning about the status of the search.
Case Type: Endangered Missing
Missing since: June 04, 2010
D.O.B. Sept 7, 2002
Location: Portland, Oregon
Weight: approx. 50 lbs
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
Case Number: NCMC1149070
Anyone with information of Kyron is asked to call the Multnomah County Sheriff
For more information, go to following website; http://www.childseeknetwork.com/horman.htm
Details emerge about the day Kyron Horman turned up missing:
Indeed, I hope they leave no stone unturned. I pray they find this sweet little boy soon.
I am confident the FBI is doing its best to find him.
We are praying for you, Little Kyron.
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By KATU News and KATU.com Staff
Story Published: Jun 7, 2010 at 4:24 PM PDT
PORTLAND, Ore. - Police still called the search for a 7-year-old Skyline Elementary School student on Monday a “missing endangered child” investigation and not a kidnapping.
KYRON HORMAN , Age Now: 7, Missing: 06/04/2010. Missing From PORTLAND, OR. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (Oregon) 1-503-823-3333 or 1-503-261-2847 (tip line).
National / World News 5:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 8, 2010 Text size: Decrease Increase
By NIGEL DUARA
The Associated Press
PORTLAND, Ore. — Relatives of a 7-year-old Portland boy who went missing from his elementary school and hasn't been seen for five days urged those working to find him to carry on the search with optimism.
My little boy is 6 years old, I have walked him into school and watched him walking down the hallway away from me, and it never even dawned on me that a child could fall into harms way while IN the school. I am praying that he is somewhere nearby.
June 09, 2010 07:22 PM EDT
Kyron Horman, the missing 7 year old Oregon boy, was last seen 5 days ago on June 4, 2010. The family has been on the down low since the alleged abduction of little Kryon. However, now the family has released a statement to Captain Mike Shults of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office of Portland, Oregon.
Shults read the statement during a Press Conference and the main thing the family is asking the people to is “Please don’t stop” looking for their son, Kryon Harmon. Not only is the Portland Oregon authorities looking for the Harmon boy, but now FBI is investigating the case.
Posted by Staff Writer on Jun 9th, 2010
Though thousands of Portlanders have offered to help police in the search for missing Kyron Horman, authorities have turned them away. A search like this is best left to the experts.
But there is now a way you can help. Hundreds of search and rescue personnel are joining the search today and they all need to be fed and hydrated. Many are so dedicated to the search for Kyron that they aren’t even going home to eat with their families.
Donations of food and water are being accepted at 4 locations. The best items for drop off include bottled water, sports drinks, energy bars, snacks and other packaged and easy to eat foods. If you operate a restaurant and would like to donate fresh, cooked meals, please contact the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue logistics coordinator.
Food drop-off sites:
The Xtreme Edge
16365 NW Twin Oaks Dr., Beaverton, Oregon
Hours: 5:00 to 11:00 Wed-Fri
Solid Rock Church
10500 SW Nimbus Ave, Building T, Portland, OR 97223
Hours: 9:00 to 5:00 Wed-Fri
Metro Gymnastics Center
18084 SW Lower Boones Ferry Road, Tigard, OR 97224-7229
Hours: 8:30 to 8:30 Wed-Fri
7524 SW Macadam Avenue, Portland Oregon, 97219
Hours: 9:30 to 7:00 Wed-Fri
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I pray for Kyron's safe return. I pray for his family. I cannot even imagine how awful this must be. How do you sleep, eat, breath, not knowing where your child is? They must be exhausted. I feel so badly for them, I think, because I can imagine myself in this situation. The horror of it.
Five years ago I wandered in here because of a google search on Haleigh Cummings. "Welcome," folks said "look around a bit, sit a spell." It wasn't long before I found Caylee's threads. It was just that simple.
If you are new to the site allow me to say, "welcome. Look around a bit, sit a spell."
He is such an adorable child, and I know his family has to be frantic with worry.
It is a shame that even at school, our children aren't safe.
I pray for strength for his family and a safe return of Kyron.
oh yeah, i've prayed for Kyron to come home safe every day since he was reported missing. its been a week, this is too long. too long.
This thread is to post information and also messages of support for the family.
If you want to discuss the case, please post in the discussion forum.
"Don't forget the kangaroo!"
Story Published: Jun 11, 2010 at 1:45 PM PDT
Story Updated: Jun 11, 2010 at 3:59 PM PDT
By KOMO Staff
YREKA, Calif. - Police are investigating three possible sightings of a missing Oregon boy in Yreka, Calif., including video from a store surveillance camera that captured images of a boy matching his description.
Story Published: Jun 11, 2010 at 5:15 PM PDT
Story Updated: Jun 11, 2010 at 6:39 PM PDT
By KOMO Staff
YREKA, Calif. - Three possible sightings of a missing Oregon boy in Yreka, Calif., have turned out to be someone else who closely resembles the boy, authorities said.
June 12, 2010 09:38 am
The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office says local residents have been extremely generous in donating food and supplies to search teams looking for a 7-year-old Portland boy. In fact, the sheriff's office has all it needs.
Lt. Mary Lindstrand said Saturday the sheriff is asking people to hold back further donations of supplies and food, pending further notice.
Kyron Horman went missing June 4 after attending a science fair at his Portland elementary school. More than 200 people have been looking for him, focusing on an area within a two-mile radius of the school.
Financial donations are still being accepted in Horman's name at the Bank of America.
Published June 12, 2010
Oregon authorities launched a criminal investigation Sunday into the disappearance of a 7-year-old Portland boy, after a massive land search yielded no clues into the second-grader's whereabouts."We are going to continue this investigation on a criminal level," he said, adding that a $25,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to the boy's location.
Sheriff wants road photos, video from day before Kyron vanished
By Michael Rollins, Teresa Blackman & David Krough, KGW.com Staff
updated 3:50 p.m. ET, Sun., June 13, 2010
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Investigators looking into the disappearance June 4 of Kyron Horman asked Saturday for anyone with photos or videos created that day, and June 3 of roads around Skyline school, to provide to contact police.
Video of these specific locations was being sought:
NW Cornelius Pass, Germantown, Logie Trail, Rocky Point, Skyline, West Union, Springville, Newberry, McNamee, Kaiser Thompson and Laidlaw roads and Bethany Boulevard.
The request includes a stretch of Oregon 30 from NW Rocky Point Road to Germantown Road which does not pass by the school at all. It does however, parallel Sauvie Island, where searchers have spent the last several days.
by KGW Staff
Posted on June 14, 2010 at 9:52 AM
Updated today at 10:56 AM
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Oregon’s largest-ever search effort for a missing child wrapped up Sunday and transitioned into a criminal case, sending hundreds of weary volunteers home.
Published: Tuesday, June 15, 2010, 10:55 PM
Updated: Wednesday, June 16, 2010, 9:55 AM
Friends and neighbors of missing Kyron Horman gathered at a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening in Northwest Portland to comfort one another and pray for the 7-year-old's safe return.