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Age progression image of Kyron Horman now on big rigs

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PACIFIC, WA (KPTV) -

An image of what Kyron Horman might look like today will be seen on big rigs traveling across the country.

Gordon Trucking, in partnership with IMagic and the Washington State Patrol, unveiled the new poster Friday in Pacific, WA as part of the Homeward Bound Program.

It's an age progression image of Kyron, who was 7 years old when he was last seen in 2010.

The Homeward Bound Program, created in 2005 between WSP and Gordon Trucking, has assisted in the recovery of six missing children.

Kyron was last seen at Skyline School in Oregon, where he was a second-grader, on the morning of June 4, 2010. His disappearance prompted the largest search in state history, but he was never found.

Kyron's mother Desiree Young filed a $10 million lawsuit against the boy's stepmother Terri Horman alleging she was involved in his disappearance.

Police have never named a suspect in the case.

A photo of Kyron has been on Gordon trucks as part of the Homeward Bound Program since 2011.

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