Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs has been missing for over a week now ever since her parents were brutally murdered in their tiny rural town of Barron, and now RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal there are a chilling 32 registered sex offenders who currently reside in the 13-year-old’s city of a measly 3,423 people.
According to the state’s Department of Corrections Sex Offender Registry, the creepy criminals have been booked for various crimes such as criminal sexual assault on a family member, child enticement, criminal sexual conduct, and even more terrifying — an uncomfortably high number of the psychos were convicted of sexual assault on a child.
As Radar readers know, the FBI are currently searching for Jayme, who they believe was kidnapped after both her parents James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were brutally murdered on October 15, 2018.
Neighbors claim the couple were shot in their doorway, but shockingly, sources say Jayme’s parents were very reclusive and would normally not even answer their front door.
Jayme allegedly called 911 and screamed “help!” before the phone was taken away, perhaps by the mystery killers.
When cops arrived to the home, Jayme was gone.
The crime has rocked the rural community of Barron, that sits about 80 miles northeast of Minneapolis.
Now, the FBI are involved in the massive search to find her.
Over 35,000 agents from 56 field offices have been briefed on the case, an FBI source told Radar last week.
Stay with Radar for updates on the story.