Sheriff asks hunters to look for evidence in Jayme Closs disappearance, double homicide case

BARRON, Wis. - The Wisconsin sheriff leading the investigation into the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl and the fatal shootings of her parents is asking hunters for help.

The state's nine-day gun deer hunt begins early Saturday and runs through Nov. 25. Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald asked deer hunters Thursday to report anything suspicious, such as clothing or weapons that they may come across when heading out to the woods and fields.

Fitzgerald said Wednesday that the FBI is examining additional surveillance video taken from an expanded area around the Closs's home in Barron. 

It's been a month since Jayme Closs disappeared from her home near Barron and her parents were found fatally shot at the house. Authorities believe the girl was abducted.

Fitzgerald says investigators have followed up on at least 2,300 tips in the case.

The FBI is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to finding Jayme. 

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