Closs, 13, had been missing for months after her parents were murdered inside their home back in October.
Jayme Closs, 13, who went missing nearly three months ago from her Wisconsin home, was located alive Thursday evening, according to the Barron County Sheriff's Office.
They noted that multiple other agencies were assisting, including the Walworth County Sheriff's Office, Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Town of East Troy Police Department and Milwaukee Police Department.
The Town of Gordon is home to about 645 people.
Nearly 2,000 volunteers joined in the massive search operation for Jayme, as police pursued thousands of tips, watched dozens of surveillance videos and carried out a huge number of searches. They are being aided by the FBI and Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation agents.
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A $50,000 reward had been offered for any information leading to the discovery of Jayme.
But investigators did not recover any DNA evidence or fingerprints.
Police were investigating whether Closs was abducted after her parents were killed, Fox News reported. "If there's something out here, (Gretchen) will smell it", Collins said. We've had four different lab teams look at the scene before we released it. "I can not wait to see her".
"Our thoughts are with the Closs family and the entire Barron community", the statement reads. Several intensive searches took place in the area, but none yielded any clues, and for weeks Fitzgerald has been saying that authorities have no new leads.
Thousands of people had joined search parties for Jayme, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was offering a reward of $25,000 for information on her whereabouts.
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She was found in Douglas County, Wisconsin, and a suspect was taken into custody shortly after she was found.
Jayme's aunt Sue Allard told Minnesota newspaper the Star Tribune that she could barely express her joy after learning the news.
The Sheriff's Department said on its Facebook page a suspect was taken into custody, but has no further details.
This story is developing. We will continue to update.
Jayme went missing on October 15 after police discovered someone had broken into the family's home outside Barron and fatally shot her parents, James and Denise Closs. She had been missing for almost three months.
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