Missing Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs was still at home when her parents were shot to death this week, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Wednesday.
He said authorities still have no suspects in the case, but believe Jayme, 13, is in danger.
“I just want to bring Jayme home,” said Fitzgerald.
Jayme Closs’ whereabouts have been shrouded in mystery after a 911 call that lead police to her home in Barron, Wisconsin, where her parents were found dead.
Now, investigators from Barron County, the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation, the FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are searching for the girl described by friends as a “sweet and shy” middle schooler who enjoys dancing and sports. Authorities have received more than 400 tips on Jayme’s disappearance.