"If it was her, she was in a black Ford Explorer with a possible WI plate of I60WER", the department said.
If you have any more information, please call 911.
Investigators are working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Federal Bureau of Investigation in finding the girl. "That's our goal. That's our only goal right now".
No one talked to the dispatcher directly and investigators don't know who called.
Police responded to a 911 call just before 1 a.m.at a home west of Barron, Wisconsin.
He says the call lasted less than a minute and the only word that can be understood is "help". Officers later found a deceased female while searching the rest of the home. "Jim and Denise were long-time members of the Jennie-O Turkey Store family".
He said Jayme was not considered a suspect in her parents' deaths. "We don't know what happened". While he said there is an obvious cause of death, they have not recovered a weapon.
Police believe she may have been kidnapped at gunpoint. "We need to find her". We are working with agencies at the local and state level and with the F.B.I. Neighbors say the incident is alarming.
An Amber Alert for Jayme was issued on Monday, although it did not include any information about a suspect or vehicle. Anyone with information should contact the sheriff's tip line at 1-855-744-3879.
Authorities have released the names of a man and woman who were found dead in their western Wisconsin home.
Tom and Joan Smrekar woke up early Monday to the sound of two gunshots, seconds apart.
Estudiante cocinó galletas hechas con cenizas de su abuela a sus compañeros
Y confirmó que la chica, de la cual aun no difundieron su identidad por ser menor de edad, había cocinado los dulces en su hogar.
"Those two shots were so loud", Tom Smrekar said Tuesday. "Then second, "boom!" even bigger, louder". "She was a quiet girl", he said.
"There are much more grandiose houses in the country than these", Tom Smrekar said, noting that both houses are relatively close to US 8 and aren't isolated.
'Investigators trying to clean up audio to understand what was happening. The Closses' daughter, 13-year-old Jayme, is missing and considered endangered. Police said they believe Jayme was in the home at the time of the killings. He called the home a "violent crime scene". Fitzgerald wouldn't comment on that report other than to say that any information of importance would come through his office.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is also involved.
Fitzgerald said he wants to bring Jayme home safely.
Christine Fink, who runs the dance studio where Jayme has taken classes the past several years, described the feeling in town as a "panic".
On Tuesday, Fitzgerald made a plea for the public's help as new photographs of the girl were released.
There they found the bodies of both parents.
Authorities have also used drones and infared equipment to search the family home, but have discovered no helpful clues, according to WPLG.
Police dismissed sightings of a missing Wisconsin girl in South Florida during a 5 p.m. press conference. The girl is 13-year-old Jayme Closs. She is five feet tall, weighs 100 pounds, has green eyes with blond or strawberry hair.