Early Monday morning, 13-year-old Jayme Closs disappeared. Since then, police have been searching for her.
Police discovered that Jayme was missing after they responded to a 911 call and found her parents. The parents James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were gunned down inside their home near Barron, Wisconsin, on Monday.
Now Jayme is on the top of FBI's kidnapping and missing person's list, reported FOX. Four days after she vanished, they are still desperately searching for her.
Authorities issued an Amber Alert for Jayme, who was last seen Sunday at a family event. Police have ruled her out as a suspect in her parents' murders.
The FBI's Most Wanted account tweeted Thursday to ask for the public’s help in the search. The bureau said it distributed a missing person poster for Jayme Closs to media outlets across the country “out of an abundance of caution.”
Now, the dispatch log from the 911 call that alerted the police to the situation has been released. At 12:58 a.m. Monday, the Barron County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call from an unknown person at a home in Barron.
The caller didn’t communicate with police, but noises heard in the background suggested a disturbance or struggle of some kind. Police will not publicly identify the person whose phone the call came from.
However, according to CNN, the 911 call was made from the phone of Denise Closs. The dispatch log says that the door of the home was kicked in and multiple rounds were spent. The log also originally listed the incident as a suicide, but it was updated to a homicide at 2:30 a.m. that morning.
The log says that they received a call and they "could hear a lot of yelling." They called the number back, but they were unable to leave a voicemail, so they pinged the phone.
"The voicemail indicates the phone lists to Denise at that address. Tried calling several more times and did not receive an answer," says the log.
They then wrongly identified that this might be a suicide. However, afterward the log noted that there was one male down with multiple rounds spent.
The log goes on, "advised the door has been kicked in. Advised that the male who is down had answered the door. Unknown if anyone is missing."
Later, the log listed two people as down. They were unable to find the gun, and they soon realized that Jayme was missing.
Days later, the police and FBI are still searching for Jayme. The Barron County Sheriff’s Office said they have received more than 800 tips in relation with Jayme’s disappearance,
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald told reporters he believed “100 percent” that Jayme was still alive. However, he also said he doesn't know what happened to her.
"Is it a random attack or is it a targeted attack? I don’t know that answer — that is why those leads are so important," Fitzgerald said earlier this week.
Please continue to pray for Jayme's safe return. This is a terrible tragedy, and her family desperately want to have her back so they can begin to grieve for her parents.