Wisconsin girl missing three months found, alive

Jayme Closs, photo WQOW-TV Eau Claire, Wisconsin

BARRON COUNTY, Wisconsin - A Wisconsin girl who simply disappeared without a trace after her mom and dad were found shot to death in rural Wisconsin has been found.  

13-year-old Jaime Closs is alive.  

The girl disappeared without a trace in October, three months ago, and on Thursday afternoon, she reportedly walked up to a woman who was walking her dog on a road in a rural area about 70 miles north of the Closs home, and asked for help.

A neighbor says the woman and her dog threw open her door, and the woman said, "This is Jayme Closs call 911."

Kristin Kasinskas says she recognized Jayme Closs immediately.  She says the 13-year-old looked tired, thin, and dirty, but overall okay.

The Barron County, Wisconsin Sheriff's Department reported late Thursday night that they have a suspect in custody.

The Sheriff is holding a news conference at 10:00 this morning, you can hear it live on Newsradio 1040 WHO, streaming online on the iHeartRadio app.  

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