Jayme Closs, 13, who had disappeared after the brutal murder of her parents, was found alive. The Wisconsin teenager went missing more than three months ago when her parents were found dead in their home in October.
Barron County authorities reported that she had been found alive and that a suspect in her abduction had been arrested. The details of where or when Jayme was found are unknown. Jayme's aunt Sue spoke to WCCO-TV, revealing that her niece is in the hospital and will then be reunited with the rest of her family.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children expressed on Twitter: "Jayme is an example of why we never lose hope or stop searching."
Barron County Police reported Jayme was at the home when her parents James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were killed on October 15. Just before 1 am, the police received a 911 call in which no one spoke but many screams were heard.
When the police arrived at the home they found the bodies of the parents but the girl was missing. Authorities noted that the door to the home had been knocked down. So they asked for the community's help to find her, sending an AMBER alert. Although all the details of how the teenager was found are not yet known, the truth is that she is already safe and with her loved ones. The case is still ongoing.