Barron County Sheriff IDs 2 Vehicles of Interest in Closs Case

Barron County Sheriff IDs 2 Vehicles of Interest in Closs Case

The sheriff's department, state Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation have been searching for Jayme since she vanished.

According to Barron County Sheriff's Department dispatch records, a 911 call was received from inside the house by Denise Closs' cell phone with only yelling in the background just before 1 a.m. October 15.

She is believed to have witnessed the murders, but is not considered a suspect based on evidence recovered at the scene, police said.

Authorities told CBS News that Jayme was home when her parents - 46-year-old Denise and 56-year-old James Closs - were killed.

The Barron County Sheriff's Office is asking for 2,000 volunteers to help find 13-year-old Jayme Closs.

The dispatcher "could hear a lot of yelling" during the 911 call.

The door had been kicked in.

The log does not indicate who made the 911 call or who was yelling or what was said.

Closs' parents deaths have been ruled homicides, Fitzgerald said Wednesday.

Jayme was believed to be home at the time of the killings but had been abducted by the time police arrived just minutes after the 911 call, according to authorities.

"Is it a random attack or a targeted attack?"

- Authorities said Monday that they're looking for two cars in connection with the disappearance of a Wisconsin girl whose parents were gunned down last week. "I don't know that answer", Fitzgerald said to reporters.

Volunteers and law enforcement combed the sides of United States 8 - the road where the Closs' home is located - on Thursday, looking for evidence.

Hours earlier, Fitzgerald asked for 100 volunteers to participate in Thursday's search, which took place about 3 miles from the family's home, according to CNN affiliate WCCO.

Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said they have received 1300 tips nationwide, and they have closed on 1100 of them.

The group is gathering at the staging area at 1883 Highway 25 in Barron, also known as The Hungry Hollow Grounds. Anyone with information can call the tip line at 1-855-744-3879.