Saturday marks 2 months since Jayme Closs disappeared

Saturday marks 2 months since Jayme Closs disappeared Photo: Barron County Sheriff's Office

January 11, 2019 06:37 AM

Saturday marks two months since 13-year-old Jayme Closs disappeared.

Her hometown of Barron, Wisconsin, will once again show their support and hope for her safe return home.


RELATED: 'Tree of Hope' lit for missing teen Jayme Closs in Barron

The community will release green and blue balloons around 1 p.m. Saturday. Earlier this week, they lit a "Tree of Hope" and sent lanterns into the air.

Investigators found Jayme Closs' parents, Denise and James, killed inside their home Oct. 15. Shortly after that, they discovered Jayme was missing.

RELATED: Investigators conducting more interviews in search for Jayme Closs

There has been no sign of her since. The Barron County sheriff believes a tip from the community will bring her home.

Anyone with information on Jayme Closs is asked to call 1-855-744-3879 or email

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