Jayme Closs seen for the first time a day after escaping alleged kidnapper, 21, who is charged with holding her captive for three months and murdering her parents

  The Sun 

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A TEEN who was found alive three months after her parents were murdered has been seen for the first time since her miracle escape from an alleged kidnapper. Jayme Closs, 13, is pictured smiling alongside her relieved aunt in an image taken on Friday and posted online. A caption alongside the heartwarming snap on Healing For […]
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