Investigators in Jayme Closs search release photos of 'vehicles of interest'

Investigators in Jayme Closs search release photos of 'vehicles of interest'

Investigators in Jayme Closs search release photos of 'vehicles of interest'

Fitzgerald went on to say the sheriff's office wants to, "send our heartfelt thanks to the citizens of Barron County for the outpouring of support and gratitude for those investigators working so hard to bring Jayme home".

A previously released dispatch record obtained by CNN says Jayme's father James Closs had answered the door, which was kicked in. They believe Jayme, who is not a suspect in her parents' deaths, was abducted.

A 2008 to 2014 red or orange Dodge Challenger. The second vehicle is likely either a black 2006-2010 Ford Edge or a black 2004-2010 Acura MDX, he said.

Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said in a news release on Monday they are looking for help on Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. Volunteers are asked to meet no later than 9 a.m.at the Hungry Hollow Grounds at 1883 Hwy 25, Barron Wi.

Authorities have said previously that both parents were murdered and shot inside the home and that Jayme was there at the time.

"Also for the community, this is a good time now that we have some vehicles of interest to look for changes of behavior or routine of people".

He said he didn't have information on the cars' licence plates.


Authorities have been searching for Jayme Closs, 13, since early Monday, when a mysterious 911 call led deputies to discover that her parents had been shot dead at the family's home in northwestern Wisconsin's Barron County. A previous search involving 100 volunteers along Highway 8 failed to turn up anything of note.

Closs' parents were shot and their deaths have been ruled homicides, Fitzgerald said Wednesday.

"Jayme remains missing and endangered and has been added to the top of the FBI's Missing Persons list, and is now on digital billboards nationwide", the sheriff's department said on October 21.

"I think hope is probably the most important thing", she said. She says she hopes others would do the same for her if her loved ones were in a similar situation.

In an interview with DailyMail.com, neighbors of the Closs family said they heard two gunshots about 20 minutes before the 911 call was made. Because of tips investigators are expanding the ground search.

Closs disappeared after police received a 911 call from a cellphone inside her home at around 1am Monday (2pm Singapore time). Descriptions and photos of the vehicles were added to an Amber Alert for Jayme.

The FBI expanded the search nationwide Thursday, describing Closs as "endangered".

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