The FBI says it has expanded its search nationwide for a 13-year-old Wisconsin girl who has been missing since her parents were found shot dead in her home Monday morning. Authorities say Jayme Coss was in the house when her parents – 46-year-old Denise and 56-year-old James Closs – were killed.
The girl who was excluded as a suspect on the first day had disappeared when the deputies arrived. Relatives of Jayme told CBS News that the front door of the house was shelled.
When officials responded minutes after an emergency call in Barron, about 80 miles northeast of Minneapolis, they found no suspect vehicles, says CBS Minnesota.
The FBI said on Thursday that "out of an overabundance of caution," a digital "Missing Person" poster was mailed to local media partners across the country.
More than 100 local and state FBI agents have been working on the case, and officials say that hundreds of tips The station reports
One hundred volunteers have joined the search for Jayme, the authorities said Thursday, after Barron County sheriff asked Chris Fitzgerald for people to get in touch.
He said on Wednesday that the investigators believe she is alive but at risk and urged the public to continue to give tips.
The sheriff's office was posted on Facebook on Thursday afternoon So far nothing has been restored by probative value.
She is described as 5 feet tall, 100 pounds, with green eyes and blond hair.
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