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Man Arrested For Breaking Into Missing Teen Jayme Closs' Home & Stealing Her Underwear

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Source: Barron County Sheriff’s Department

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:34 a.m. ET

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Authorities made an arrest this morning after a man broke into the tragic Closs family home over the weekend and stole clothing belonging to missing teen Jayme, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Police confirmed to Radar that Kyle Jaenke-Annis, 32, broke into Jayme Closs' home on Saturday morning, went into the missing 13-year-old's bedroom and stole items such as a pink shirt, two pairs of underwear and a dress.

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The creep allegedly told police he was “curious about what size Jayme was.”

Jaenke-Annis triggered motion cameras installed by authorities when he entered the Closs house just after 2 a.m. Saturday morning. When police arrived, they noticed movement inside of the residence, the blinds open and lights on, authorities told Radar.

The FBI had interviewed the man Friday at the Jennie-O plant where he worked alongside Jayme’s parents, who were found murdered in their own Barron, Wisconsin home on October 15.

“The defendant stated he left work at the Jennie-O Turkey Store that evening and rode his bicycle to a laundromat in Barron,” the arresting documents state. “The defendant stated he then walked from the laundromat to the Closs residence.”

The intruder surrendered at approximately 2:30 a.m. when DCI Agents set up a perimeter around the house and ordered the man to exit with his hands up.

He was charged with felony burglary and felony bail jumping, according to documents obtained by Radar.

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As Radar reported last week, authorities caught a break in the case last week after a woman reported a bizarre encounter with two males at a local gas station.

Now, "there's been a major development in the case,” a source close to the investigation told Radar immediately following the arrest of the home intruder. “The FBI will continue to work with local, state and additional federal agencies to bring those responsible to justice.”

The source noted that police are focusing on employees who worked with the Jayme’s parents Denise and James at the local Jennie-O Turkey Store in Barron County.

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