48 Hours to broadcast Jayme Closs special Saturday night

DULUTH, MN — A one-hour special edition which will focus on the disappearance and return of Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs will air this weekend.

“Jayme Closs Comes Home” will air on the CBS Television Network, and will replace the previously scheduled edition “Knock Knock”, which will be shown at a later date.

Closs, 13, disappeared from her family’s home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15th, 2018.

Both of her parents were found dead, and Closs was found alive on January 10th after approaching a dog walker in a Wisconsin town about 70 miles from her home.

The special will explore Closs’ story, and look at the larger issue of missing children and cases of other children who have returned home safely.

You can catch the broadcast on CBS 3 Duluth at 9 p.m.

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RELATED: UPDATE: Closs to be reunited with family Friday afternoon, second briefing expected at 4 p.m.

RELATED: TIMELINE: Three months of events during the Closs disappearance investigation

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