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Kyron's 'Wall of Hope' will remain

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Six years ago Kyron Horman vanished from Skyline Elementary and he hasn't been seen since. The months have ticked by and his father, Kaine Horman, hasn't given up hope. 

Sunday, he hosted the fifth annual Kyron Horman Car Show at Liberty High School in Hillsboro. Horman says more than 200 cars participated and some 400 to 500 people showed up.

"It is a great sign that shows that our communities don't want to give up on Kyron," Horman said. 

He says being able to share Kyron's story and get his photo out there is still important. 

"It is our job to keep him at the forefront of as many people's thoughts as we can, so when they are out traveling or around town or wherever they are they are looking," Horman said.

At the car show, Horman addressed those in attendance and updated them on the case. He told Fox 12 it is still very active. 

"The less you hear from us the busier it is," Horman said. "We have more resources that are running down new leads as a result of some time back going through the case a couple of times."

He says the wall of hope in Beaverton that was taken down will be rebuilt. Horman says after years of weather, it was starting to look run-down and faded. 

"Kyron is not a fading memory," Horman said. "We don't want him to be, we want him to be an active thing that people are engaged with and looking for."

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