VIDEO: Emotional voicemail Jayme Closs’ grandfather left her aunt after Jayme was found

DailyMail:

The family of kidnapped Wisconsin 13-year-old Jayme Closs have shared the emotional voicemail her grandfather left her aunt when he found out the girl had been found alive.

The teenager was found on Thursday after she managed to escape a man who authorities say killed her parents and then held her captive for three months.

The article goes on to state the following:

In an interview with the Today Show on Monday, Jayme’s aunt Sue Naiberg Allard shared the voicemail she received from her father Robert Naiberg on the day the teen was found.

‘Jayme’s been found. She alive, she’s okay!’ Robert said on the phone with his voice shaking.

Robert was the first family member to see Jayme and recalled giving her a big hug.

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