The FBI and Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation are assisting in the investigation.
Jayme Closs was discovered by the Douglas County Sheriff's Department in Gordon, Wisconsin, a town about 65 miles north of where she was last seen. We also want to thank all the Law Enforcement agencies across the state and country that have assisted us in this case.
But Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said they never got exhausted of looking for Jayme.
Jasmine Hightower, manager of a McDonald's in Barron, said people are just happy to hear that Jayme is alive.
This is a developing story, authorities are asking the public to respect the privacy of the family.
Police revealed the killer was in the Closs home for only four minutes during which they stepped five feet into the house, shot James and Denise and took Jayme. At the time, authorities believe Closs was inside her home when her parents were killed, but was gone by the time deputies arrived at the scene.
Thousands of people had joined search parties for Jayme, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was offering a reward of $25,000 for information on her whereabouts.
Kristin Kasinskas was at home Thursday evening when someone pounded on the door. And she was pretty dirty and her hair was matted.
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Jayme Closs was found after she went missing in October.
Friday morning, ABC News reported Jayme's family said when Jayme was found, "she had large shoes on that were too big for her".
Jayme went missing on October 15 after police discovered someone had broken into the family's home outside Barron and fatally shot her parents, James and Denise Closs.
The town's mayor Ron Fladten said the news was a "great result" and that he had been "praying daily" for the safe return of Jayme.
It was her neighbour, who had been out walking her dog, with Jayme alongside her. Jayme's grandfather, Robert Naiberg, told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that Jayme was being treated at a hospital.
"It's hard to explain, it is really hard to explain because my hope was real and it's real for every searching parent until you know that it's not", she said.
"I was at the right place at the right time", the woman said.
"I have a gut feeling she's (Jayme's) still alive". A suspect is now in custody.