First person Jayme Closs found to help her had worked in child protective services

Credit: FOXNews.com- Published on January 12, 2019
Jeanne Nutter, the dog walker who first spotted Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin 13-year-old who had vanished after her parents were murdered in the family's home last year -- is a retired social worker who spent years working in child protective services.
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Published on January 15, 2019 -
Jayme Closs case renewing hope for other families with missing children
Missing child agencies are among those celebrating Jayme Closs' return home. The people at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reacted with relief for Jayme's family and hope for the countless others who are still waiting for their loved ones to come home.

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