The 911 call that alerted authorities to danger in the home of missing 13-year-old Jayme Closs was made from her mother’s phone, CNN reports. Authorities arrived at the home in Wisconsin's Barron County after an emergency call was made just before 1:00 a.m Monday morning. Deputies found both of Jayme’s parents shot dead, with the door reportedly “kicked in,” according to dispatch logs from the sheriff's department. The 911 operator reportedly heard a “disturbance” and “yelling” on the other end of the line but the logs don't indicate what was being yelled or who might have been present. The operator called back and reached Closs' mother's voicemail. The family dog was also reportedly found on the scene. The new details emerge after authorities have searched in vain for any trace of Closs, but they said they believe she was home at the time of the shooting.