Kyron Horman has been missing since June 4, 2010 when he disappeared from Skyline School after his stepmother Terri Moulton Horman had driven him to school early that morning for the school science fair. There has been no contact with the then missing 7 year old boy since.
However, the search resumes for the missing Oregon boy this weekend as searchers are focusing on two locations in the west hills: north and west of Portland, OR. Search teams renewed their efforts this Sunday in the pursuit to find Kyron Horman in rural Multnomah County. According to investigators, there was specific intelligence led them to the areas they are presently searching. As stated by Multnomah County Sheriff’s deputy Eric Gustafson, “None of the searching we do is random, We don’t throw darts at a board and say, let’s search here.”
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office released a statement saying that the search for Kyron Horman is underway.
Search teams include Multnomah County Search and Rescue and its partners, North Oregon Regional Search and Rescue, four regional canine search teams and Mountain Wave Communications.
The new search near Northwest Skyline Road is supposed to be as follow as reported at The Oregonian:
About 15 searchers from the Mountain Wave Search and Rescue Team were setting up in a gravel turnout of Northwest Skyline Road, in a remote area near Moreland Road and a field where horses were grazing. Thick vegetation also covers the ground near the area. Team members say they cannot comment about the search.
Between 40 to 50 search-and-rescue workers, along with as many as seven cadaver-detecting dogs, are combing the dense forested area around turnouts, trailheads and gated logging roads along a stretch of Northwest Skyline Road, south of Rocky Point Road and a gravel road farther north in the Dixie Mountain area.
Map Hat Tip: Klaas
Much more information and updates can be found at Scared Monkeys.net Missings Persons Forum: Kyron Horman and at Blink on Crime.