Having spent $1 million already, authorities shift the probe to a task force of 8-10 detectives
Investigators have narrowed their probe into the disappearance of Oregon boy Kyron Horman and will reassign some deputies involved in the search, the local sheriff said Wednesday, but he denied the effort was being "scaled back."
"I've got to make a lot of decisions this week," says Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton
The case is now a criminal investigation into Kyron Horman's disappearance
Kyron Horman's father expresses his thanks to everyone involved in the search for 7-year-old Kyron Horman.
After 10 days of extensive searching and following up on hundreds of tips, the case of a missing Oregon boy has been classified as a possible crime, authorities announced Sunday.
One week after an Oregon boy vanished inside his school, police have no evidence to suggest the 7-year-old child was kidnapped.
Authorities also express their frustration nearly a week after Kyron Horman disappeared from school