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FBI Source Reveals Bombshell: 'We Know 100 Percent' That Jayme Closs Is Alive

Oct. 20 2018, Updated 3:23 p.m. ET

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Jayme Closs is alive, an FBI source has exclusively told RadarOnline.com.

That's the new bombshell information Radar can reveal about the missing Wisconsin teen who was abducted from her home after her parents were killed. "We know 100 percent that Jayme is still alive," the FBI insider told Radar.

That's encouraging news for those across America who have been riveted by the tragic case. As Radar readers know, investigators have been tirelessly searching for Jayme, 13, who disappeared from her Barron, Wisconsin house on Monday, October 15.

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That same day, police found Closs’ parents, James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, dead of gunshot wounds inside their home.

Earlier, an FBI source had told Radar, "There is a report that someone allegedly knocked on the door and as the father went to answer it gunfire erupted through the door. That has not been confirmed yet as it’s an active investigation."

"The mother appeared to have barricaded herself in the bathroom and called police," added the insider, explaining that she was not able to reach the 911 dispatcher before being killed. It’s unclear what happened to Jayme when her parents were shot, but the FBI source said she was home during the altercation. And a neighbor claimed to Radar that police told her Jayme had screamed for help in a 911 call amid her parents’ brutal murders.

"The only thing they could only make out was the word 'help' because there was too much background stuff going on,” the Wisconsin clan’s neighbor Joan Smrekar told Radar, adding that authorities said the call was made from a family member’s cell phone.

The source also added that the attack does not seem to have been random: "it was targeted. The perpetrator had the specific intent to leave the home with Jayme in their possession."

Now, the FBI believes Jayme is still alive—which contrasts greatly with the bureau's belief during the hunt for Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts, in which there was a '50/50 chance she was alive," the source told Radar. In August, Tibbetts, 20, was found dead in an Iowa cornfield.

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