BUCKEYE, Ariz. - It's been nearly two years since Jesse Wilson disappeared from his Buckeye home. March 16th is the young boy's 12th birthday and while he remains missing, some believe there may be a resolution to this story.
It may not be happy news, but it would definitely be closure. The community wants to know if bones discovered earlier this month in the West Valley -- less than six miles from Jesse's home -- belong to the child.
Buckeye police detective Tamela Skaggs says they want answers just like the rest of the community, but the identification process can't be rushed.
"When it comes to the Jesse Wilson case, I can't say these bones belong to this case. Those bones are potentially a new investigation until we're able to determine identity of the bones, but absolutely when it comes to the Jesse Wilson case we are asking for any information."
At this time, we are still waiting for Buckeye police to announce any information about the bones, including the age or sex of the remains.
Jesse's disappearance remains an open case. If you have any information about what may have happened to him, please call the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6000.