The authorities are summoned to Clon's home in Barron, 90 miles east of Minneapolis. There they find Jayme's parents, James and Denise Closs, shot dead.
MPs arrive after a 911 call from Denise Closs & # 39; mobile. They find Jayme's parents, but the teenager is missing. No one spoke on the 911 call, but the dispatcher "heard a lot of yelling." Detectives start looking for Jayme, which includes thousands of tips, surveillance videos and extensive volunteer searches. Law enforcement agencies across the country are put on alert when the case publishes national news.
Two days have passed since Jayme disappeared. But when the investigators search for her, few answers have surfaced. The FBI is asking for help in finding hundreds of tips. The investigators are trying not only to find out where Jayme is, but also what has led to the death of their parents in the small towns of Barron.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says Volunteers will help the authorities with an extended routine check-up around the scene. Barron, a city of less than three square kilometers, has about 3,300 inhabitants.
The sheriff also publishes photos of two "vehicles of interest" taken on surveillance equipment near the Closs house during the killings. Fitzgerald said they do not know the license plates of the vehicles.
She sends a message to her niece. "Jayme, we need you here with us to fill that hole we have in our hearts," says Jennifer Smith. "We love you to the moon and back, and we'll never stop looking … Molly, your dog, is waiting for you, sleeping in one of your sweatshirts."
Jayme's parents are buried in a funeral attended by loved ones and strangers.
Wisconsin investigators watch over motion-activated cameras that a man with a skullcap breaks through a patio door in Jayme's house, according to a lawsuit.
Law enforcement officials answer a call and set up a perimeter around the house. They order the man to come up with his hands. The man admits that he broke into the house and donated stolen goods, according to a lawsuit. In his coat pocket, a sergeant finds several items, including a small pink tank top and underwear for girls, according to the suit.
The man is identified as Kyle Jaenke, 32, of Cameron, Wisconsin. "The defendant was asked how many items he had taken, and he gave three or four items, including some underwear, which he believed belonged to Jayme," the lawsuit says.
"As the hunting season starts on Saturday, we ask the hunters to report anything suspicious, such as clothing, weapons, or anything you do not find on your property," says Sheriff Department of Barron County.
MPs said they had not given up finding the teenager, and the cases were a top priority for them.
"We continue to track leads, expand and view our recovered video from the environment, and explore all digital evidence," they say.
Holiday decorations are given a new meaning to local authorities in Barron County, where The Clerk of Courts & # 39; Office dedicates her Christmas tree to her.
The tree is displayed in the building of the Judicial Center of the County. The ornaments formulate the name of Jayme in large, glittering letters and contain green onions and ribbons. The color green is often used to raise awareness of missing children.
It was found in Gordon, Wisconsin, and shortly after the authorities found it, it was taken into custody. Jayme's aunt, Sue Allard, said her niece was hospitalized Thursday night.
No further details were available immediately, but the authorities plan to hold a press conference on Friday morning.
Gordon is last seen about 70 miles north of her location.