Parent's gunshot wounds ruled homicide in missing teen case

Jayme Closs, 13, from Barron, Wisconsin, is missing after police found her parents' bodies.
1:12 | 10/17/18

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The odds these were completed in the medical examiners ruled the deaths of Denise and jeans clause. As homicides. Based on our investigation thus far we believe Jamie was in the home at the time of the homicides and we believe she's still in danger. This remains an active investigation. We are following up on every tip. As of 3 o'clock today we received over 400 tips from our community and across the nation. We have added phone lines to accommodate the influx of information. Coming into our command post we think the citizens of bear and Tony. And the citizens of the United States for their continued support and partnership as we move forward. Here in bearing Tony we don't know these things just don't happen here. In a further in missing child investigations. We know that every second counts her parents died from gunshot wounds. That's where we are role in this homicide. There was no gun on on the scene. And we believed it was all based on the evidence in arcades. Some of it. From the one call. And some of it is still part of the investigation we're not even comment on why we believe that.

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