West Valley business spreading the word about missing Buckeye boy

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(Source: KPHO/KTVK) (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
(Source: KPHO/KTVK) (Source: KPHO/KTVK)
BUCKEYE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

A Domino's in the west Valley is placing the picture of missing Buckeye boy Jesse Wilson on all pizza boxes to get the word out.

"We have a way to get information out there to people," Ed Green, the store manager, said. "If they are not watching the news, maybe don't have a newspaper, we put these on our boxes and it gets out there."

Green said each carryout or delivery order will have a flyer with a picture of Jesse and information about who to call if you see him.

Jesse was last seen by his mom the night of Sunday, July 17. Crystal Wilson called police early Monday morning to report him missing. Police and volunteers have been looking for the boy ever since.

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Sgt. Jason Weeks with the Buckeye Police Department said Domino's help getting the word out is greatly appreciated and said they are not the only local business lending a hand.

"A couple of local, smaller companies here in town like plumbers, they've come in and got flyers. They are going to hand out to their customers," Sgt. Weeks said.

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Police are sorting through tips that have come in from across the country. Many of those tips found their way to investigators through Facebook. At this point, police are asking people to use the created tip line (623-349-6411) and email address (bpdtips@buckeyeaz.gov) to submit leads so that they do not get lost online.

Last week, Wilson made a tearful appeal for Jesse to come home.

"This is your mommy," she said. "No one is mad at you."

[RAW VIDEO: Crystal Wilson's tearful statement]

Jesse is described as black, 4 feet tall, 60 pounds and was last seen wearing a red shirt, shorts, black socks and black shoes.

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