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SALEM, OR -- The mother of Kyron Horman spoke at a Safe Kids event at the Oregon State Capitol, Thursday, telling a crowd, "My son is the reason I get up every day and keep on fighting to bring him home." Desiree Young is urging people to look at the latest age progression photo of her son and share it on social media.

 

Kyron Horman disappeared June 4, 2010. The new photo shows what he might look like now, at the age of 14. Young says, "I want to see his smile again. I want to hear his laugh. But most of all, I want to feel his hug. I will never give up."

 

Teri Horman, Kyron's stepmother, reportedly dropped him off at Skyline School in Portland, and he was never seen again. She has been investigated in the case, but was never named a suspect. 

 

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