Kar Wash for Kyron: 'Every child is worth looking for'

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A volunteer fills up a bucket at the annual "Kar Wash for Kyron"

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- It’s been four years since Kyron Horman was last seen at his Portland Elementary School.

On the eve of National Missing Children's Day, his family and friends came down to Douglas County to put on a "Kar Wash for Kyron."

Cars lined up along Sherm's Thunderbird in Roseburg as over a dozen volunteers washed cars to fund a new search for Kyron Horman next month.

“I think it's just a godsend that people take their time. Come out here us their time to wash cars,” said Floyd Patterson, who was getting his car washed. “And it's about time people start looking for him. I know they've been looking but we need to look more." 

Volunteers say these car washes will help bring non-profit groups to search for Kyron in a new location in Portland.

Kyron’s aunt, Kelly Ramirez said the last car wash raised over $700 in donations.

“The more we can raise, the more volunteers that we have,” said Ramirez. "That's our hope. Every time we do a search… we are going to find something that leads to him. Every child is worth looking for."

We contact Terri Horman's defense attorney, Steven Houze, about the car wash but he declined to comment due to pending matters in court.