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Hamilton mother searches for son three years after he disappeared
HAMILTON, Ohio (Adam Clements) -- It's been three years since Billy DiSilvestro disappeared in Hamilton. He was last seen leaving a Super Bowl party in 2011.
Since then, Billy's mother has searched endlessly for her son. Debbie Estes tells me the thing she misses most about her son Billy, is his big heart. She says he was the type of person who would do anything for anyone and ask for nothing in return.
Billy was twenty-eight-years old when he disappeared and since then little information has been released about the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.
Debbie isn't relying on investigators to provide her with answers. Instead, she says she receives tips and leads all the time and she follows up on all of them.
She wears shirts with Billy's face on them. Her car is a billboard on four wheels. She's willing to do anything it takes to bring Billy home.
For Debbie, it's a nightmare she's living through every single day. "Sometimes at night when I'm by myself, it seems like forever, I know it's forever in my heart, it's aching bad my heart is. It's so filled with hurt, I can't even explain it, I can't explain that feeling it's a lost feeling. It's just the most horrible thing I've been through in my life."
Debbie says she's set aside five thousand dollars of her own money and she's willing to hand it over to anyone who can tell her what happened to her son..
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Billy DiSilvestro, call Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.