(PORTLAND, Ore.) -- Saturday marks one year since the disappearance of Kyron Horman, who was seven-years-old when he was last seen in Portland, Oregon on June 4, 2010.
The investigation into the boy’s disappearance is ongoing, and investigators say it will take a more technical focus beginning July 1, according to ABC News’ Portland affiliate KATU-TV.
Investigators say they will be looking at technology-based forensics, while following up on leads that were developed over the period of time, as they try to find some answers into the whereabouts of the now eight-year-old boy, who was last seen walking toward his Skyline Elementary School classroom after he had proudly displayed his science fair project on tree frogs.
KATU-TV reports that the FBI, Department of Justice, the district attorney's office and the sheriff’s office are continuing to work on the case.
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