ST. LOUIS — The FBI has called a news conference Tuesday on the case of Arlin Henderson, an eastern Missouri boy who disappeared in July 1991 when he was 11 years old.
The event coincides with what would have been Arlin's 30th birthday. Interest in the case re-emerged a few years ago when a task force looked into possible connections to kidnapper Michael Devlin.
Family members were expected to attend the afternoon news conference at the FBI offices in St. Louis.
The FBI planned to provide age-progression photos of Arlin and to display his bicycle for the first time since it was recovered in October 1991.
Arlin disappeared near his home in Moscow Mills on July 25, 1991. The offer of a $10,000 reward for information in the case remains in effect.