Jayme Closs Is Happy To Reunite With Her Family As She Smiles With Her Aunt And Dog In The First Photo After Kidnapping

Date January 14, 2019 13:02

Jayme Closs has finally reunited with her family after 3 months of search. Jayme looks all smiles in the first family photo since her kidnapping.

Welcome back home!

Jayme Closs, a 13-year-old girl from Wisconsin who went missing in October after her parents’ homicide, has finally reunited with her family.

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Last Thursday, Jayme was rescued from her abductor, who was soon taken into the custody. The brave teen managed to escape from the suspect and asked for help. She approached a woman named Jeanne Nutter, who called the police.

The entire country prayed for Jayme’s safe returning home. Jayme’s aunt, Jennifer Smith, couldn’t hold back tears when she finally reunited with her niece.

Jayme looks all smiles with her aunt and their family dog Molly in the first photo after the kidnapping.

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Merry Christmas, Jayme!

In an interview with 48 Hours, Jayme’s aunt (who is now her legal guardian) said she kept Christmas presents for Jayme under the tree as she never gave up hope to see her niece again.

The woman said:

I said these presents are going to sit right here and wait for Jayme to come home.

We are so happy that Jayme is safe and alive after everything she had to go through during the last 3 months. God bless this girl and her family!

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