Fitzgerald reiterated his earlier praise of Closs, saying she "is the hero in this case, there's no question about it". As a family we will get through all of the healing process Jayme has.
Kate Raddatz spoke with a victim specialist at the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center to find out why Jayme's case is so meaningful.
According to a neighbor, Patterson's parents moved away but the two sons continued to use the home. That just came in on our tipline, ' Baron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerland said. Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, was arrested and jailed on kidnapping and homicide charges shortly after Closs was found.
Authorities have said they don't believe Patterson crossed paths with Jayme's parents there. But most of all, how Jayme fought to save herself.
Closs was speaking to investigators on Friday after spending a night in the hospital for evaluation.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, who allegedly killed two people and held their daughter captive for three months.
"I can tell you that the subject planned his actions and took many proactive steps to hide his identity from law enforcement and the general public", he said. He surrendered peacefully, authorities said. She said they stole things and spent time in foster care.
They described the 13-year-old as the suspect's "only target" and said Jayme was "taken against her will".
The cabin is in Eau Claire Acres, about 10 miles outside the tiny town of Gordon, in the dense evergreen forests of north-western Wisconsin.
Teacher Kristin Kasinskas was at her home, in Gordon, Wisconsin, on Friday when a neighbour started frantically knocking on her door.
When police arrived at the home four minutes later, they found the parents, James and Denise Closs, shot dead.
Mr Fitzgerald said Jayme had not connected with Mr Patterson on social media, and the suspect had had no contact with anyone else in the family. Nutter said Jayme did not have a coat or gloves. "The FBI, DCI and the crime lab and our agents are still on the ground, working it, conducting interviews with neighborhood (residents), friends, family, anybody that might know anything".
Unemployed Patterson had no previous criminal history and was not on the radar of police. First, to celebrate her homecoming but also realize she will need time and space to adjust to life after what she's been through.
Anyone with information about Bond may call the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office at 615-898-7720. He worked for one day in 2016 at the same Jennie-O turkey plant in Barron as Jayme's parents.
He may have worked at another business in Barron but that hasn't been confirmed, the sheriff said.
Barron Area School District administrator Diane Tremblay added that it was important for her students to be together during Closs' disappearance to share hope of her safe return. "Call 911 right now!"
"The community has been fantastic, and I want Jayme to know that we support her any way possible", said Kari Seelig, with Barron Hometown Pharmacy.
"She said to us that, 'This person killed my parents and took me, '" Kasinskas later told CNN. She told cops she met him three weeks earlier on an "online chat site".