It’s a an amazing outcome to a puzzling situation that was haunting the state of Wisconsin for the last few months.
On 14 October 2018, thirteen-year-old Jayme Closs was last seen at a family member’s birthday party. Early the following morning, a fumbled 911 call was made from her mother Denise’s cellphone.
Once police arrived at the home moments later, Jayme was nowhere in sight, and sadly Denise and her husband James were no longer alive.
A person had broken into the Closs’ home near Barron, Wisconsin, and fatally shot James and Denise Closs.
The Barron County Sheriff’s Office thought it was likely that Jayme had been kidnapped, and so they began a huge search to locate her. On October 23, thousands of volunteers joined when they received a tip but the girl was nowhere to be found.
Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald felt that she was still alive, it seems three months, he was right all along.
On January 11, 2019, a woman was out walking her dog in the woods of Gordon, Wisconsin, about an hour away from the Closs family home. All of a sudden a starved and dirty looking teenage girl approached begging for help.
Take a look at the braking news clip below to see how the story unfolds:
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