MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s been three years to the day since the disappearance of Kyron Horman. Since Kyron Horman went missing, thousands of tips across the country and the world poured in to police.
Multiple law enforcement agencies are continuing the investigation and Kyron’s biological mother is still holding onto the hope that her son will come home.
Desiree Young says she spent the three year anniversary of her son’s disappearance with her parents in Medford; they shared their memories of him together.
Desiree said every day is a struggle for her, but it’s especially difficult from spring break through June, because spring break and the holidays like Easter and Mother’s Day, was her and Kyron’s time together.
Since Kyron became a missing person, Desiree says multiple law enforcement agencies in the Portland area, including the FBI, have worked on the case. She says they’re being tight-lipped about any leads.
Desiree says she believes in her gut there will be some sort of break in the case soon.
“I’m optimistic that, I feel in my gut that something is coming, and I feel like this is the calm before the storm. I’m hoping we’re going to go forward here really soon,” Desiree said.
Since Kyron disappeared, Desiree has been involved in several organizations for child abuse and missing children. As she works with these organizations and other parents, Desiree says it gives her some solace to know, she’s not the only one going through this alone.