Kyron Horman, the seven-year-old boy who went missing from his elementary school's science fair in Portland, Oregon, on June 4, 2010, is one of 100 children featured on new hi-tech billboards that line the state's Interstate-5 freeway.
A photo taken of Kyron the day he went missing is the one placed on the digital billboard. His face, along with 100 other missing children, are on a continuous rotation as 45,000 cars pass each day.
It's been almost two years since the little boy disappeared from Skyline Elementary School during a science fair held in the morning. His stepmother, Terri Horman, was the last one to see him on that day. She was under intense scrutiny, but was never arrested for the crime. Police never came up with any suspects, and to this date, no breaks in the case have occurred.
Kyron's case has hit home with a lot of people, especially Oregon residents. The fact a little boy vanished at his school remains just as disturbing today as the time it happened nearly two years ago. Investigators said the case of missing Kyron Horman would not become a cold case, but no real leads have been reported.
If anyone has any information or tips on Kyron Horman's disappearance, they are urged to call 503 261 2847 or 911.