First person Jayme Closs found to help her had worked in child protective services

Jeanne Nutter, the dog walker who first spotted Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin 13-year-old who had vanished after her parents were murdered in the family's home last year -- is a retired social worker who spent years working in child protective services.

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