A prosecutor says investigators won't object to making public a restraining order against the stepmother of the missing Oregon 7-year-old Kyron Horman.

PORTLAND — A prosecutor says investigators won't object to making public a restraining order against the stepmother of the missing Oregon 7-year-old Kyron Horman.

The boy's father, Kaine Horman, sought the order when he filed for divorce from Terri Horman, who investigators say was the last person known to have seen the boy.

Kyron Horman disappeared June 4. The search for him has become a criminal investigation.

The district attorney's office told Judge Keith Meisenheimer in a letter released Wednesday that investigators now believe releasing the restraining order won't hurt their work. News organizations asked the judge to make it public. The letter suggests the judge could consider the document today.