Police Seek Details on Stepmom of Missing Oregon Boy
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Detectives looking into the disappearance of a 7-year-old boy two weeks ago in Portland, Ore., are now focusing on the child's stepmother.
They're distributing a flier showing her picture, and asking if anyone saw her at the boy's school the day he disappeared.
She hasn't been labeled a person of interest by police, but Terri Horman has been the subject of public scrutiny since the investigation began, mostly because she was among the last to see
She appeared last week at a news conference with the boy's father to appeal for help in finding him.
Kyron Horman disappeared after a morning science fair he attended with his stepmother, who reportedly raised him since he was an infant.
She told authorities she last saw Kyron at about 8:45 a.m., when she watched him walk toward his classroom. Another witness, who has not been identified, reported seeing the boy around 9 a.m. But when classes began an hour later, Kyron was not there.
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