Jayme Closs Found – Jayme Closs, 13, the Wisconsin girl, missing for nearly three months after her parents were shot in their Wisconsin home, was found alive Thursday.
Jayme Closs Found:
Jayme was found by a nationwide search in the town of Gordon, Wisconsin, at 4:43 p.m. on Thursday. The Barron County Sheriff’s Department announced Jayme was found in Douglas County, Wisconsin, and a suspect was taken into custody Thursday. Jeff Closs, Jayme’s uncle said, “We thought it was going to be a different ending and we’re so happy that you know, hopefully she’s OK,” and Jayme’s aunt, Kelly Engelhardt said, “every single day.”
Jeanne Nutter, neighbor, was walking her dog near her cabin when “the girl just came out of the woods,”. Peter Kasinskas told “I honestly still think I’m dreaming right now,” and added, “It was like I was seeing a ghost. It was scary and awesome at the same time. My jaw just went to the floor.” Jayme was gone and there weren’t any solid leads on her whereabouts. Police believed she was at the house when her parents were killed. Hours later, local authorities said the girl was in danger and asked the public for help finding her. Kristin Kasinskas told, that she (Jayme Closs) “kind of talked about being locked up or hidden when this person had to leave.”
NCMEC is overjoyed by the news that 13–year-old Jayme Closs from Barron, Wisconsin, has been located ALIVE after nearly 3 months, according to law enforcement
— NCMEC (@MissingKids) January 11, 2019