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Jayme Closs disappeared on 10/15/18. Around 1am that morning, police received a 911 call and responded within 4 minutes. They found Jayme’s parents, Denise and James Closs, dead in their home with Jayme missing. Denise and James' deaths were ruled a homicide by gun shot and Jayme went missing. On 1/11/19, Jayme Closs was safely recovered and taken to a hospital for treatment. This is a developing story.

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I've signed up for the Global OSINT CTF for Missing Persons, that is taking place online Feb 2nd. OSINT is Open Source Intelligence , and I am a security professional (in WI). With this Jayme Closs case, it was an area that interested me. I also feel there are many technically-savvy individuals here on Reddit, and we can certainly lend our skillsets to agencies that may be lacking OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) skills, to help bring loved ones home.

The article speaks better to this than I can, and I'll link another article where previous contests successfully located two missing persons. This is something I’m doing on my own time, and I plan to participate again if they have it at any 2019 security conference that I attend.

I figure participating, assisting and educating the community, including law enforcement individuals, will help ensure that any future cases can cover more ground quickly, ensuring a fast return home. Seems to be a lot of interest in this after Jayme Closs was safely recovered.

If you have or know someone with a knack for OSINT, consider participating in this event. If you want to donate, you can do so through the link.

If you participate, you can keep a look out for my username, Belouve. We're all working towards the same goal.

Event article/signup/donate:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/trace-labs-missing-ctf-a-global-osint-ctf-for-missing-persons-registration-54390207575

Previous article on the competition, where they had previous successes in locating two missing persons:

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/qvmm3x/hackers-hunting-missing-people-osint-defcon-tracelabs

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From the Jake Patterson Criminal Complaint: "Deputy Fick reports that, while in route to the (Closs) residence (he) observed a vehicle...maroon in color and what he believed to be an older style vehicle...that, based on his training and experience...appeared to him to be an older Ford Taurus or similar vehicle (and that) was the lone eastbound traveling vehicle he encountered. Deputy Fick...was unable to see a front license plate and observed a black bracket in the front middle of the bumper (and) he observed grey or silver trim on the vehicle."

From that we know the cops saw the killer's car on the night of the crime. They drove right past it. They got a fairly accurate description: color, make, model, and no front license plate. Within a couple/few minutes of seeing it they knew they had a double murder on their hands. They also knew that statistically speaking there was a high probability (50/50?) that the lone car seen was the murder vehicle!

Question: Did the Barron County Sheriffs Department ask the Wisconsin State Patrol and surrounding LE agencies to immediately pull over and check out any vehicles fitting that general description?

If not, why not????

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