Police Issue New Flyer in Search for Kyron Horman
Police have released a new flyer in the search for missing Oregon 7-year-old Kyron Horman. The flyer features photos of his stepmother Terri Horman and her friend DeDe Spicher. The police have not named either woman a suspect. INSIDE EDITION has the de
Police have issued a flyer asking for information about missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman's bodybuilder stepmother Terri Horman and her best friend, DeDe Spicher.
The new flyer has been handed to residents of the neighborhood near where Kyron was last seen. It features three photos of Horman and three of Spicher.
It asks several questions, including: "Did you see Terri Horman anywhere in the area on June 4, 2010?" and "Did you see DeDe Spicher anywhere in the area?"
It also asks residents if they saw Horman's white Ford pickup.
Police are trying to find out if another adult was in the vehicle with the stepmother the day she took Kyron to school for the last time.
At a news conference on August 11th, authorities made another appeal for help in tracking down Kyron.
"Anybody that remembers seeing something that didn't seem quite right is exactly what we'd like to hear. What I can tell you is we don't have any evidence that Kyron is not alive," a police spokesman told reporters.
Neither Horman nor Spicher has been named as a suspect in the case.
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