PORTLAND -- Hundreds turned out on a beautiful Friday evening at Skyline grade school for a candlelight vigil for Kyron Horman.

The seven-year-old has been missing for five weeks since he was last seen with his step-mother Terri Moulton Horman at a school science fair.

A Wall of Hope at the school grew even larger Friday evening as cards, banners, balloons and stuffed animals were added a school fence.

A card from father Kaine Horman read You are the love of my life. We won't stop until yo are home. I love you so much. - Dad.

Supporter David Ewing said he cannot imagine what it must be like for Kaine Horman.

I put myself in the shoes of Kaine, he said, I don't know if I could get out of bed. I don't know if I could eat. I don't know if I could breathe. I don't know if I could do anything.

A young boy said simply, Come home soon. We miss you little buddy.

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