Hunters asked to watch for evidence in Closs disappearance

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BARRON, Wis. – The Barron County Sheriff’s Department says its request for hunters to watch for anything suspicious this weekend has yielded no new evidence so far.

On Thursday, the sheriff’s department posted on its Facebook page asking hunters to keep an eye out over opening weekend. They were asked to report “anything suspicious such as clothing, weapons or anything you think it just not right on your property.”

Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald also wrote in the post that the case remains the number one priority for his department.

“While 30 days has past, there is still hope in this department on this case and the community support and prayers that we have been given continues to fuel our drive and determination to bring Jayme home,” he wrote.

Jessie Slater

Jessie Slater

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