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Authorities say that a Wisconsin teenager who has been missing in their home since the death of their parents is no runaway and that they think they are in danger. (October, 16th)
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Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said he had "difficulty" at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon about the disappearance of Jayme Coss, the 13-year-old girl from Wisconsin, who since was found dead on Monday. 19659007] "I do not have some of these answers that I want to give you, I want to give to the family," said Fitzgerald.

Clos's concealment was secretly kept after an emergency call that led the police to her home in Barron, Wisconsin, where her parents were found dead. Hours later, local authorities said the girl was in danger and asked the public for help finding her.

Now investigators from Barron County, Wisconsin Criminal Investigation, the FBI, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are looking for the girl who is described by friends as a "sweet and shy" middle school student who enjoys dancing and doing sports [19659009] What happened?

The Sheriff Department of Barron County received an emergency call around 1 am on Monday, Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said. When MEPs responded, they found Jayme Closs's parents dead in their home in Barron, Wisconsin, about 80 miles northeast of Minneapolis. Jayme was missing.

What happened to Jayme?

The Sheriff Department of Barron County, the FBI said there are no suspects at this time and they are not sure what happened to Jayme. They have carried out initial and secondary searches in the home and in the area, used drones and infrared devices, and have been in contact with Jayme's family and their school friends.

What about the emergency call?

The authorities know which cell phone made the 911 call, but Fitzgerald would not release this information Tuesday. From previous police reports, we know that the call came out of the house and there was no interaction with the dispatcher, only "noise and things belong," said Fitzgerald.

When was Jayme reported missing?

Barron County sheriff's office asked the public for help in finding Jayme at 8am on Monday, but said that because they did not have much information, an Amber Alert could not be issued immediately. At 15.30, a nationwide Amber Alert was sent. It is described as 5 feet tall, 100 pounds with blond or strawberry blond hair.

Was she seen in Florida?

The police in Miami, Florida, said they had received a report from someone who thought they had seen Jayme their area Monday afternoon in a black Ford Explorer with a possible Wisconsin plate of I60WER. The tipster said a girl who looked like Jayme was in the car with two well-dressed, bearded men. Fitzgerald said at a Tuesday afternoon press conference that the FBI followed the advice and it is "not believable."

What causes the death of their parents?

Authorities have not said what James Closs, 56, and killed Denise Closs, 46 on Tuesday night. Fitzgerald has said that shots were fired inside the house. Autopsies were scheduled for Wednesday.

Did you see Jayme?

Anyone with information about their whereabouts or anyone who has recently had contact with Jayme is requested to call the Sheriff's Department at 715-537-3106. A tip has also been set up at 855-744-3879.

Contribution: Haley BeMiller and Trent Tetzlaff of the (Appleton, Wis.) Post Crescent. Follow Ashley May on Twitter: @AshleyMayTweets

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