On Thursday afternoon, Wisconsin officials asked 100 volunteers to help them search for evidence as part of the hunt for missing 13-year-old Jayme Closs. In a press release, the Barron County Sheriff’s Department asked locals to help them scan an area in a “routine search for articles of evidentiary value that may be related to the incident.” A local news reporter from Fox 9 said the volunteers searched a “14-mile long crime scene” and were told to “search the sides of roadway from Barron to Turtle Lake.” In an update Thursday evening, the sheriff’s office wrote that the search effort was “still underway.” “As of the time of this release, nothing of evidentiary value has been recovered. We will update the public as appropriate,” the Facebook post read. Closs was reported missing after her parents were shot dead in their home Monday. In a press conference Wednesday, Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said investigators believe that Closs was in the home at the time of the shooting, but they currently have no suspects.