GLENDALE, AZ - The search for Jhessye Shockley, a Glendale 5-year-old who went missing earlier this month, is now hitting the big screen in Arizona.
Audiences will see a missing person's bulletin will be featured at Harkins Theatres in the series of ads you see while you are waiting for the movie to begin.
It is not the first time Silent Witness has put those ads in theaters to try to solicit new information on a case.
Shockley has been missing now for 17 days. She disappeared from her apartment near 45th Avenue and Glendale.
A $11,000 reward is being offered. Contact Glendale police or Silent Witness.
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