BUCKEYE, Ariz. (KSAZ)
It's been a month since 10-year old Jesse Wilson disappeared from his Buckeye home. His family believes he climbed out through his bedroom window and ran away.
On Wednesday, investigators released police body cam footage from earlier this year showing officers responding to Jesse's neighborhood after he ran to a neighbor's home.
The incident happened about a week or two after Crystal Wilson and her kids had moved into their Buckeye home.
Neighbors spotted a little boy outside in the dark, all alone. And that's when they called the police.
It's the early hours of April 25 and Buckeye police are responding to a call about a small boy who was found outside a neighbors home.
The boy was 10-year-old Jesse Wilson.
Neighbors told police they found Jesse alone in the dark.
They say he did not have much to say other than that he was hungry.
And when police tried to question Jesse, the nervous 10-year-old didn't say much to them either.
Officers eventually got him to open up and eventually that Jesse lived just a few feet away.
Jesse's mom Crystal was explaining to police how her boy was able to get out of the house. She then walks the officers around the front of the house as they try and figure out how he was able to climb out of his second story window and then jump down to the ground below.
Jesse was later reunited with his mom, who told police she was going to put a lock on his window to keep this from happening.
But three months later, on July 18, she called the police to say he had gotten out again.
And that's the last time he was seen.
If anyone has any information about where Jesse might be call Buckeye Police or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.