Heat is having a major effect on the search for missing Buckeye boy Jesse Wilson, who disappeared 11 days ago. Businesses are getting creative with ways to keep his face prominent in the community.
Thursday, the Buckeye Domino's started taping Jesse's flyers to pizza boxes.
"Myself and most of my crew all live in Buckeye," said General Manager Ed Green. "This is our community and we wanted to help find him. It's the right thing to do."
Green says they wanted to help as soon as they found out the boy went missing. Buckeye police gave them the approval to put the flyers on the boxes.
Meanwhile, the search has had major challenges.
The hot temperatures and high humidity has been hard on search crews. Crews that went out Thursday could only be out in the heat for a couple hours.
So far only 20 tips have come into the hotline.
"We would like to see more," said Sgt. Jason Weeks with the Buckeye Police Department. "Twenty is kind of low, but we are also a small city, so that is about the average."
If you think you have any information on the whereabouts of Jesse, call the hotline at 623-349-6411.