Investigators are reaching out to Barron County, Wisconsin, hunters to be on the lookout for possible clues in the case of missing 13-year-old girl Jayme Closs, Fox News reported.
Closs has been missing since Oct. 15, when her parents Denise and James Closs were found shot and killed in their Barron home. Police believe she was abducted.
"As hunting season opens on Sat, we ask that hunters report anything suspicious such as clothing, weapons, or anything you think it just not right on your property," Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald wrote in a Facebook post.
Police responded to a 911 call where dispatchers spoke to no one but heard distant voices and a loud commotion on the other end. Four minutes later the parents were shot and Jayme was missing.
"No one talked on that call and we don't know who made it," Fitzgerald told Fox News last week. "We heard voices but we can't make out what was said.
"We do believe Jayme was home at the time the call was made."
The case is still generating about 25 tips a day, including sightings from other states that have not panned out, Fitzgerald said. Investigators have cleared more than 2,300 tips, to date.
"I have a gut feeling she's still alive," Fitzgerald told the AP. "I've always been a glass half-full kind of guy."
A $50,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to Jayme.
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