BARRON, WI — A fund has been set up to help support once-missing Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs.
According to the Facebook page, the Official Jayme Closs Support Fund was set up after Closs’ family gave permission to do so.
The page states all funds raised will be turned over to Jayme’s legal guardian at the end of the fundraiser to support Jayme in her road to recovery.
Closs was able to escape her abductor on January 10 after she was reported missing on October 15.
Both of her parents were found murdered in their Barron home.
The page has a goal of $10,000.
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