BARRON COUNTY, Wis. – The home of Jayme Closs, a Wisconsin girl missing for about two weeks, was burglarized on the same weekend her parents were laid to rest.
On Saturday, the Barron County Sheriff’s Office says officers arrested 32-year-old Kyle Jaenke-Annis for burglary at the Closs home.
According to a criminal complaint, Jaenke-Annis broke into the Closs home and stole several pieces of clothing believed to belong to Jayme, including tank tops, a dress, and underwear. According to the criminal complaint, Jaenke-Annis told authorities he was “curious about what size Jayme was”.
The Sheriff’s Office says Jaenke-Annis has been cleared of any involvement in the disappearance but was charged in Barron County Court on Monday with Burglary and Bail Jumping. Online court records show Jaenke-Annis was facing charges for a different burglary case from August.
Jayme Closs was reported missing after her parents were found murdered in their home two weeks ago. There has been no sign of Jayme since. A funeral for her parents was held Saturday afternoon.
The Sheriff’s Office says it has received over 2,000 tips and have closed over 1,875 of them in the search for Jayme. Anyone with information is asked to call in tips at 1-855-744-3879 or email@example.com.