Gordon Trucking unveils fleet's latest missing child poster
November 3, 2012 · Updated 11:04 AM
Gordon Trucking of Pacific is well known for placing posters of missing Washington and Oregon children on the sides of its fleet of trucks.
The company unveiled its latest poster Friday morning at its headquarters, 151 Stewart Road SW.
The missing child is Kayla Croft-Payne, 18, last seen in April 2010 in the Chehalis area. Existing posters on Gordon Trucking trailers traveling throughout the region will be updated with more current age progressed photos, as follows:
- Kyron Horman, age progressed to 9 years old, missing since June 2010, went missing at age 7.
- Sofia Juarez, updated age progressed to 11 years old, missing since February 2003, went missing at age 5.
- Agueda Arias, updated age progressed to 13 years old, missing since November 2001, went missing at age 3.
Two posters on Gordon Trucking trailers are "In Memory" of victims Zina Linnik and Adre'anna Jackson.
In partnership with IMagic and the Washington State Patrol, Gordon Trucking hopes the event will bring attention to the Homeward Bound Program.