See news conference revealing reward up to

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Kyron Horman case: See news conference revealing reward up to $50,000 in case of missing boy video

In a press conference held Tuesday afternoon, it was announced that the reward for information leading to the whereabouts of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman had jumped from $25,000 to $50,000.

It continues to be important to emphasize to both our local citizens and citizens throughout the state of Oregon and all over the country that are following this case that we remain steadfast, determined and focused on our work to bring Kyron home to his family, Reiser said.

He also thanked all those who helped with the investigation and the searches that have been conducted.

Kyron biological parents, Kaine Horman and Desiree Young, were also present for the event. Desiree concluded the news conference by saying:

We feel the investigation continues to be on track and is progressing toward finding Kyron We remain confident in the actions and constant commitment of law enforcement in the mission to find our son. Our goals are to expedite the search for Kyron to bring him home as quickly as possible and to bring justice to any person responsible for his disappearance. We believe their goals remain the same as ours and are confident that they will bring him home soon. We are still very hopeful that with additional tips each day and their diligent actions, that is what will lead them to Kyron.

As she fought back tears, she said, love you Kyron Never give up hope. We are all coming to get you to bring you home.

Kyron vanished June 4 after he and his stepmother, Terri Horman, attended a science fair at his school. that morning as he headed to class. When he failed to return home on the school bus, the family called 911.

Kyron was wearing a tshirt and black cargo pants when he vanished.

Anyone with information regarding Kyron Horman whereabouts is asked to call the Multnomah County Sheriffs Office tip line at 5032612847 or call 911 with emergency information.

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