The two-week long search for missing Barrie teenager Brandon Crisp is going global.

Police are pushing the story of Brandon Crisp worldwide in hopes of reuniting the missing 15-year-old with his parents. His case will be featured on a segment of the popular TV show America's Most Wanted.

Meanwhile, family, friends and strangers joined in a candle light vigil for Brandon Wednesday night.

It was organized by people who started a Facebook page for the missing teen.

Brandon ran away from home on October 13 after his X-Box was taken away because his parents say he was addicted to online games.

Police and Microsoft are looking at Brandon's X-Box for clues on where he may be.

A $50,000 reward is being offered for the teen's safe return.

Brandon is described as five foot three, 100 pounds, wearing blue jeans, a burgundy American Eagle hoodie. He was wearing a yellow and grey jacket with white running shoes with a camouflage stripe.

Anyone with information should call Barrie Police at (705) 725-7025.