13-year-old Jayme Closs lost both her parents when a man in October broke into the family home and abducted her.
In 88 days lived the teenager on his kidnappers grace, while he kept her imprisoned in a secluded house in the countryside in northwestern Wisconsin in the UNITED states.
Thursday, it managed a thin, upset and scared Jayme Closs to get away from her abductor. She is now back at his family, who has beaten call of the brave girl.
- She is doing really well, when you consider what she has been through. She is good against, say, the grandfather of Robert Naiberg to the Associated Press.
Police have arrested 21-year-old Jake Thomas Patterson and charged him for kidnapping and dobbeltdrab. Patterson, who in the past have been punished, will on Monday be brought before a judge for the first time.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, is charged with dobbeltdrab and kidnapping. Photo: Barron County Sheriff's Department / AFP
A sign welcome home to Jayme Closs, who was abducted in 88 days. Photo: Kerem Yucel / AFP
Jayme Closs has been discharged from the hospital and is staying with her aunt in Barron, Wisconsin, where the inhabitants are celebrating the returning girl.
- We are happy and could not be happier. It is a miracle and wonderful, " says neighbor Mary Haas to the newspaper the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Jayme was abducted 15. October, when Jake Thomas Patterson, according to police, killed her mother and father with the shot from a oversavet shotgun.
Jeanne Nutter was out and walk his dog in the town of Gordon, when she met a cold and scared Jayme Closs, who had just got away from her abductor. The police were immediately summoned. Photo: Kerem Yucel / AFP
Investigators say there is no evidence that Patterson knew Jayme or her family, or had been in contact with her on social media.
Police investigators believe that the Pattersons goal was to kidnap Jayme.
the Authorities refers to the kidnapping as carefully planned, and Patterson had among other things, shaved his head, so he would not leave hair in the house.