UPDATE: FBI expands search nationwide for missing Wisconsin girl
Dispatch logs show multiple shots were fired in the home of a northwestern Wisconsin girl who vanished after her parents were found dead inside the house.
The Barron County Sheriff's Department released dispatch logs Friday that indicate responding deputies found multiple rounds in the home and the door kicked in.
The logs also indicate the initial 911 call that summoned deputies to the home early Monday came from a cellphone belonging to the girl's mother.
Deputies discovered Jayme Closs' parents fatally shot in their home in rural Barron. The 13-year-old girl was nowhere to be found . Investigators say she's in danger and isn't a suspect in her parents' deaths.
More than 100 local and state FBI agents have been working on the case, and officials say hundreds of tips have come in from the community and people around the country, the station reports.
One-hundred volunteers have joined the search for Jayme, authorities said Thursday, after Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald asked for people to pitch in.
He said Wednesday investigators believe she's alive but in danger and he urged the public to continue calling in tips.
The sheriff's office posted on Facebook Thursday afternoon that so far "nothing of evidentiary value has been recovered."
She's described as standing 5-feet tall, weighing 100 pounds, with green eyes and blonde hair.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Authorities say a ground search has turned up nothing useful as investigators look for a 13-year-old girl who went missing after her parents were found dead in Wisconsin.
Deputies found Jayme Closs' parents shot to death in the family's home in rural Barron early Monday. The girl was nowhere to be found. Investigators say the girl is in danger and is not suspected in her parents' deaths.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says the ground search won't resume Friday. His office coordinated a ground search Thursday using 100 volunteers to comb fields and ditches, but he says the search turned up nothing of evidentiary value.
Fitzgerald says his office hasn't received any tips that would lead deputies to continue the ground search.
Investigators say they'll outline their plans later Friday.