A Wisconsin suspect arrested on Saturday for allegedly bringing Jayme Coss home in Wisconsin on Saturday – allegedly two weeks after the 13-year-old girl's disappearance – was allegedly made into two girls' tank tops, underwear and a dress called The Green found Bay Press Gazette reports.
When 32-year-old Kyle Jaenke-Annis was asked why he took these things, he told the authorities that he was curious about Coss's size and that the clothes were not missing.
Jaenke- Annis is charged with evading a bailout following a bail. The Barron County Sheriff's office said he was acquitted of all involvement in Closs's disappearance.
Closs disappeared on October 15 after her parents were shot dead in her home in Barron County. The sheriff's office and the FBI's Milwaukee bureau, which teamed up to investigate the gruesome murders and track down the missing teenager, said Monday they were optimistic.
A reward for information leading to Clos's location doubled to $ 50,000 on Saturday.
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Investigators revealed last week that they were looking for two "vehicles of interest" in the girl's disappearance. They said a red or orange Dodge Challenger manufactured between 2008 and 2014 could be linked to the incident. Another vehicle – either a Black Ford Edge, manufactured between 2006 and 2010 or a Black Acura MDX, manufactured between 2004 and 2010 – is also of interest.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said his office has received more than 2,000 tips on Closs Until now, investigators have closed more than 1,875 of them.
"There is a clue that will break this case, let it come further," said Fitzgerald.
Officials, however, encourage those with information to call The sheriff's phone number at 1-855-744-3879 or an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fox News & # 39; Matt Finn and Bradford Betz have contributed to this report.