BARRON, Wis. (AP) – Ownership of a remote cabin where a Wisconsin teenager was apparently held during a nearly 3-month disappearance passed to a credit union soon after the girl’s abduction.

Records show that defendant Jake Thomas Patterson’s father transferred the title of the cabin near Gordon to Superior Choice Credit Union on Oct. 23, eight days after the Oct. 15 attack at the Closs family’s home near Barron.

Related: Jake Patterson Named As Suspect Arrested In Kidnapping Of Jayme Closs

The circumstances of the transfer weren’t clear.

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