Volunteers Needed In Wisconsin Tuesday For Jayme Closs Search
The Barron County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help.
A press release was issued Monday requesting the public's help in searching for missing and endangered Jayme Closs. She is 13-years-old and hasn't been seen since her parents were found dead last week.
According to the post, about 2,000 volunteers are needed Tuesday, October 23rd in "conducting an expanded routine search for articles of evidentiary value that may be related to the incident."
If you are able to help, report to 1883 Highway 25 in Barron. This spot is also known as The Hungry Hollow Grounds, found at the intersection of Highway 25 and 19th Avenue. Volunteers should be there no later than 9 a.m.
To take part in the search, you must first register and be 18 years of age or older. You must also bring a picture I.D. and be dressed appropriately for the weather. This includes boots and cold weather clothing. The search should be completed by 4 that evening.
According to the Sheriff's Department, you should monitor their Facebook page and follow the hashtag #FindJayme on Twitter, as they will provide updates and seek volunteers in the future.
If you have a tip, call 1-855-744-3879.
There will also be a gathering of hope Monday night at Barron High School's football stadium. See details below:
Let's find Jayme.