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Jayme Closs missing: The Wisconsin girl was home when parents were shot to death, says the sheriff

MADISON, Wis. – A missing Wisconsin girl's parents were killed in their house while the girl was at home, the…

MADISON, Wis. – A missing Wisconsin girl’s parents were killed in their house while the girl was at home, the authorities said when they called on the public to continue to call in her habitation tips. Investigators have been in search of the 13-year-old Jayme Closs because alternates who responded to a 911 call early Monday found their parents killing in their home in Barron.

The girl, who was named as a suspect on the first day, was absent when alternates arrived. Relatives to Jayme told CBS News, the door of the house shot in.

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said at a press conference last Wednesday that the autopsies confirmed that James and Denise Closs had been fatalized and their deaths were murdered.

He said no weapons were found on the scene and evidence from both the house and the 91

1 call indicates that Jayme Closs was in the family home when her parents were killed. Barron is approximately 80 miles northeast of Minneapolis.

The Sheriff told CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz that they have identified whose mobile phone 911 conversation came from.

Fitzgerald said investigators still have a “100 percent expectation that she lives,” but despite having received more than 400 tips, no one has had credible observation. He called on the public to share any suspicions, including any behavioral changes in people they know, no matter how small.

“We want to bring Jayme home and put that smile back in her family’s hands,” said Fitzgerald, who admits investigators do not know if the attack was random or targeted.

The Sheriff called a meeting last Wednesday with Barron County residents, but he prevented reporters from attending and said he wanted a private dialogue with the people who chose him.

Bill Lueders, president of the Wisconsin Free Information Council, called the decision to carry the media “offensive”.

“The media can uniquely assist in getting information and encouraging people to share tips, Sade Lueders.” Will he find this girl, or do he just want to make a public display of his reluctance to the press? “[19659002] More than 100 local and trade agents are working on the matter, the WCC-TV CBS station reports

“It would be nice if we could find something, it has been very mysterious, scary,” said Pat Richter in the field .

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