PORTLAND -- A new photo of Kyron Horman, the boy who vanished from Skyline Elementary School at the age of seven in 2010, is now appearing on trucks along the Interstate 5 corridor as part of a new effort to help find missing children.
The new photo of Kyron is modified to show what he might look like now, nearly three years later.
Gordon Trucking, in partnership with the Washington State Patrol, unveiled Monday the semi-trucks that will carry both the new photo and an older photo of the boy, along with the number to call if someone does see him.
Kyron was last seen at a science fair at Skyline Elementary School. His stepmother, Terri Horman, has been a major focus of the criminal investigation but police have never named a suspect in the case.
A civil lawsuit in the case has been delayed until August 1, 2013, after a judge last fall ruled the case "could impact an ongoing criminal investigation" as it moves forward.
Desiree Young, Kyron's mother, filed the $10 million civil case against Terri Horman June 1, 2012.
Young said she decided to pursue the civil case in an effort to try and get Horman to tell investigators what happened to Kyron because she believes Terri kidnapped him.
Young's attorney said the lawsuit would enable him to subpoena witnesses, acquire documents and evidence and "peel away the mystery" of what happened to Kyron.
WSP Capt. Steve Sutton said Monday it's important for the community to see that law enforcement will work together with partners such as Gordon Trucking and IMagic (the company that made the photo) to find not just Kyron Horman, but all missing children.