7-year-old Portland boy added to missing children's effort

PACIFIC -- In an effort to locate a young boy who has been missing from the Portland area since June 2010, Gordon Trucking Inc., (GTI) is adding an age-progressed photo of Kyron Horman to its fleet Monday, the company reported.

The trucking company works with Washington State Patrol and IMAGIC through its Homeward Bound Program. The photo of Horman will be displayed on five GTI trailers currently on the road. The goal of Homeward Bound is to increase awareness on missing children like Horman and hopefully lead to the return of missing children.

According to GTI's website, its fleet currently travels across the country with large pictures of 23 missing children displayed on 86 trailers. Fifteen trailers display the original and age progression enhanced photos of various children.

Since the program's launched in 2006, six children have been found. The company also displays two posters on trailers that are “In Memory” of victims Zina Linnik and Adre’anna Jackson.

Children currently in the Homeward Bound Program include:

Agueda Arias, 2, missing since November 2001

Lindsey Baum, 10, missing since June 2009

Misty Copsey, 13, missing since September 1992

Kayla Croft-Payne, 15, missing since April 2010

Ronald Frye, 15, missing since September 1993

Richard (Cody) Haynes, 11, missing since September 2004

Bryce Herda,6, missing since April 1995

Tyler Inman, 3, missing since October 1982

Lenoria Jones, 3, missing since July 1995

Sofia Juarez, 5, missing since February 2003

Teekah Lewis, 2, missing since January 1999

Katya Lyne, 15, missing since March 1997

Loukthayoth Phiangdae, 11, missing since February 1996

Joseph Pichler, 18, missing since January 2006

Jasmine Sajedi, 2, missing since July 2004

Shelby Wright, 14, missing since July 2004