Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive

Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive

Jayme Closs had been missing since her parents, James and Denise Closs, were found shot to death October 15 in the family's home near Barron.

Our ABC sister station in Minneapolis, KSTP, cites a source saying a woman walking her dog Thursday afternoon was approached by a teenage girl screaming that a man murdered her parents.

Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Jayme was expected to be reunited with her family Thursday night (local time).

A press conference is set to take place at 10 a.m. on Friday with the sheriff's department in Barron.

Sue Allard, Jayme's aunt, overwhelmed and crying, could barely express her joy after learning the news.

Robert Naiberg said that nothing seemed amiss at the gathering, and that Jayme was "quiet as always".

Officers from the Franklin Police Department, the Walworth County Sheriff's Department, the Milwaukee Police Department, Town of East Troy Police Department and members of the Wisconsin Department of Justice are on the scene. He called that "false news".

Breaking news out of Douglas County, Jayme Closs has been found.

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They said a suspect believed to be linked to the case was now in custody. Police did not release any other details about the arrest. "We will not be answering any questions or taking calls on this tonight". They are being aided by the FBI and Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation agents.

Closs, 13, was discovered by the Douglas County Sheriff's Department, the Barron County Sheriff's Department, which led the search for Closs, wrote on Facebook Thursday. We also want to thank all the Law Enforcement agencies across the state and country that have assisted us in this case.

"Finally we want to especially thank the family for their support and patience while this case was ongoing", The department posted on Facebook. From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!'

She describes Denise as a mother whose involvement showed how much she cared about her daughter: "A lot of parents will drop [their] kids off at activities when they get to be a little older". I figured if they hadn't found her by now that the person that did this didn't want her dead, so I had hope.

The young teenager was missing for 87 days. However, Barron County officials cleared him of any involvement in the teen's disappearance.

Thousands of people had joined search parties for Jayme, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was offering a reward of $25,000 for information on her whereabouts.

"We want to thank the Douglas Co".

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