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A man accused of stealing Jayme Closs's house in Wisconsin weeks after his disappearance



Police arrested a man for allegedly stealing Jayme Closs's home in Wisconsin on Saturday, approximately two weeks after the 13-year-old disappeared.

The suspect, who is also accused of evading a court appearance after posting bail, was identified as Kyle Jaenke, 32. The Barron County Sheriff's Office said it had not participated in the disappearance of Closs.

Kyle Jaenke, 32, was arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing Jayme Closs's home in Barron County, Wisconsin.

Kyle Jaenke, 32, was arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing Jayme Closs's home in Barron County, Wisconsin.
(Barron County Sheriff's Department)

Closs disappeared on October 15 after her parents were shot dead at her home in Barron County. On Monday, the sheriff's office and the FBI office in Milwaukee, who have come together to investigate the horrific murders and to locate the missing teenager, said they will find the Closs optimists.

A reward for the information that leads to Closs's whereabouts doubled to $ 50,000 on Saturday.

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Investigators revealed last week that they were looking for two "vehicles of interest" in the disappearance of the girl. They said that a red or orange Dodge Challenger made between 2008 and 2014 could be related to the incident. Another vehicle, be it a black Ford Edge manufactured between 2006 and 2010 or a Black Acura MDX manufactured between 2004 and 2010, is also interesting.

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said his office has received more than 2,000 tips related to Closs so far, and investigators have closed more than 1,875 of them.

However, officials encourage those with information to call the sheriff's office helpline at 1-855-744-3879 or send an email to jaymetips@co.barron.wi.us.

Matt Finn of Fox News contributed to this report.


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