BARRON, Wis. —
The town of Barron held a “tree of hope” lighting ceremony in honor of missing 13-yr-previous Jayme Closs.
The center faculty scholar has been lacking since her mother and father have been slain Oct. 15. James and Denise Closs have been fatally shot of their residence, and investigators consider Jayme was
The event of Wednesday at Riverview Middle Faculty featured a 16-foot tree that included messages of hope from classmates and others. Lighted lanterns additionally have been launched. The occasion was coordinated by the varsity and by Hormel Foods and Jennie-O Turkey Store, which employed the woman’s mother and father.
Detectives have pursued hundreds of ideas, watched dozens of surveillance videos and spent numerous hours looking for Jayme, but haven’t any suspects.
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