Jayme Closs Awarded $25,000 for Rescuing Herself

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Published on January 24, 2019 - Duration: 00:58s

Jayme Closs Awarded $25,000 for Rescuing Herself

Jayme Closs Awarded $25,000 for Rescuing Herself The 13-year-old was found 70 miles from her hometown after escaping an abductor's residence.

She had previously been reported missing for nearly 100 days.

The Wisconsin teen will receive the money from Turkey processing company Jennie-O, who had offered the reward to anyone with information on her whereabouts.

Closs' parents, who were killed by the abductor in a home invasion, were former employees of Jennie-O.

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