America's Most Wanted comes to town, will feature Kyron again

This photo, from the Facebook page of the missing boy's step mother, was taken the morning of Kyron Horman's disappearance.
This photo, from the Facebook page of the missing boy's step mother, was taken the morning of Kyron Horman's disappearance. The snapshot shows Kyron in the shirt he was wearing at the time he went missing. His science-fair project is in the background.

PORTLAND, Ore. - Kyron Horman's face will once again be shown on national television.

America's Most Wanted was in town for a few days this week doing some shooting for an upcoming feature on the boy's disappearance.

Crews arrived on Monday and left Wednesday after filming at several locations, including the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office. The episode will air sometime next month.

Kyron Horman was last seen at Skyline Elementary School on June 4, 2010. He was at a pre-class science fair, where he was photographed, but then he disappeared.

Since then, a large-scale investigation and numerous searches have turned up very little.

The Kyron Horman case has appeared on America's Most Wanted in the past, back when he first went missing. His picture and details on the disappearance are also still on the television show's website, since the case has not been solved.

The boy's stepmother, Terri Horman, was the last person to see him and although she has not been named a person of interest or a suspect, she has been the focus of the investigation.

Kyron's biological mother, Desiree Young, filed a civil case against Terri Horman that accuses her of kidnapping Kyron and intentionally interfering with Young's parental rights.

Last week, a judge in the civil case issued an opinion in which he called Terri Horman a "prime suspect" in the boy's disappearance.