A missing Wisconsin teen was likely home when her parents were killed.
Newser reports that when the parents of a missing 13-year-old Jayme Closs were shot to death, the missing western Wisconsin girl was apparently home at the time. This according to sheriff Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald. USA Today reports that the sheriff said Wednesday the deaths of James and Denise Closs have been ruled homicides. The two were killed early Monday. He said their daughter, who is not a suspect in the killing of her parents, is in danger. But he has a "100% expectation that she's alive." CNN reports the bodies were found after a 911 call from the home in the small city of Barron in which nobody spoke directly to the dispatcher. The sheriff said investigators don't know whether the attack was random or targeted. The sheriff urged residents to come forward with any information they had on possible suspects. This includes people with "behavioral changes" like missing work or suddenly leaving town.