CHICAGO (CBS)–Jayme Closs was held against her will for 88 days before escaping her kidnapper. The 13-year-old from Wisconsin will get the $25,000 reward that was being offered to the person who provided information leading to her safe return.
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Hormel Foods, the parent company of Jennie-O, is donating the money.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Most Locations To Remain Dry Overnight
Jayme’s parents, who were killed during her kidnapping in October, worked at the Jennie-O store in the city of Barron, Wisconsin.
The company released a statement saying Jayme’s bravery and strength has inspired team members around the world.MORE NEWS: Illinois State University Student Jelani Day's Death Ruled A Drowning
They hope the money can be used to set up a trust fund for her.