Hormel Foods, the parent company of Jennie-O where Closs' parents worked had put up $25,000 for the 13-year-old's safe return, The Associated Press reported.
Another $25,000 was offered by the FBI, according to the AP.
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Hormel company officials are working with law enforcement officials so Closs gets the company’s portion of the reward money.
"Our hope is that a trust fund can be used for Jayme's needs today and in the future," Steve Lykken, Jennie-O Turkey Store president, told CNN.
Closs is living with an aunt since her escape and being released from a hospital, CNN reported.
She had been reported missing on Oct. 15. Closs escaped earlier this month and was found by a woman walking on an isolated road near where the teen was held. The woman said Closs told her "I'm lost, and I don't know where I am, and I need help." The woman took her to the nearest home and called authorities. Police arrested Patterson as officials said he searched for Closs, CNN reported.