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Father of Missing Ore. Boy: Third Party Involved

Saturday, 17 Jul 2010 07:04 PM

 

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The father of a missing 7-year-old Portland boy says he believes a third party was involved along with his estranged wife in the disappearance of the child six weeks ago.

In e-mail answers to questions from Portland reporters, Kaine Horman gives no basis for his belief other than "briefings."

His wife, Terri Horman, moved out of their house in Portland on Friday and was reported to have moved to Roseburg in Southern Oregon, where her parents live.

Kyron Horman vanished on June 4. Since then, his father has filed for divorce.

Terri Horman has not been charged with a crime nor named as a suspect by investigators.

Her lawyer did not immediately return calls seeking a response to her husband's comments.

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