Horman family warns of phone scam
The family of missing Portland boy Kyron Horman claims that someone is cold-calling people and asking for donations to help support search efforts.
Kyrons family members said they would never make phone calls to raise money and are urging anyone who has received one of these phone calls to contact police.
The warning came just days after an Oregon judge granted Kyrons father, Kaine Horman, a renewed restraining order against Terri, his now-estranged wife.
Kyron was 7 years old when he disappeared from Skyline Elementary School in outer northwest Portland. His stepmother, Terri, was the last person known to have seen him.
In his court petition, Kaine said his estranged wife poses a substantial safety threat.
Terris lawyer, Peter Bunch, told the court the petition allegations are solely hearsay.
Kyron Horman disappeared on June 4, 2010. Fridays order prohibits Terri from having any contact with Kaine or their now 4-year-old daughter.
No arrests have been made in the search.
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