Sunday marked the 10th birthday of missing child Kyron Horman, who vanished from Skyline School in northwest Portland in June 2010 and hasn't been seen since.
Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, spent Sunday manning a booth at the Sublimity Harvest Festival, selling shirts and buttons to keep the search for Kyron going and to raise awareness about the missing boy.
Kaine Horman said he would celebrate his son's birthday with a cake and some presents with Kyron's half-sister. They live their lives as if Kyron could walk through the door at any moment.
"We miss him tremendously, just like we do every day. I wish he could be here and I wish he could have been here for the past birthdays that he has missed so far. It's time that we're not going to get back that he shouldn't have to miss," Kaine Horman said.
Kyron Horman has been missing since June 4, 2010, when he was seen at a morning science fair at Skyline Elementary School. Investigators said he was last seen by Terri Horman.
Earlier this year, Kyron's biological mother filed a lawsuit against Terri Horman, in which she accused the stepmother of taking or hurting the boy. Terri Horman's lawyers tried to delay the suit two years, but that motion was denied by a judge. She has never officially been named a suspect or person of interest by sheriff's detectives, but a Multnomah County judge recently described her as a "prime suspect" in the case.
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