The Barron City Hall sign read, "Bring Jayme home."
This is what everyone in the tight knit community of Barron said, as well.
People moved to the town because it is safe, but right now, they aren't feeling that way.
Many were taking extra precaution to feel safe.
People we spoke with told us Barron is a place you feel safe enough to leave doors unlocked.
Many added their doors have been locked since learning James and Denise Closs were killed, and 13-year-old Jayme vanished.
The Barron Area School District Administrator Diane Tremblay spoke about Jayme on Tuesday.
"Our goal in the school district is the same as all of yours. We want to see Jayme safe and back in our hands," said Tremblay.
Barron residents were heartbroken and fearing Jayme's whereabouts and safety.
Everyone hoping Jayme makes it home.