13-year-old Hailey Dunn disappeared from her Colorado City home on December 27, 2010. Her remains were found earlier this year, but the case remains a mystery.
Del Ostrander, Hailey Dunn's uncle and Billie Dunn's brother, was arrested for drug possession, but is speaking out about his niece's death. While at the Taylor County jail, he tells us that he wasn't involved and believes his sister wasn't involved either.
More than one month after news that remains found in scurry county belonged to once-missing teen Hailey Dunn, the investigation has been quiet. Leaving many across the Big Country wondering.. what's next? A death investigator explains that when it's truth you seek in cases like this, finding the answer can take time.
A public memorial was held for Hailey Dunn Sunday at the teen's former school. Hundreds showed up to share memories, tears and close this chapter of the two-year effort to bring the teen home before she is laid to rest.
A public memorial has been scheduled on May 19 at 3 p.m. in Colorado City at the middle school for those wishing to honor the memory of Hailey Dunn before she is laid to rest.
A memorial mass service was held at St. Ann's catholic church in Colorado City Wednesday evening. Her friends and classmates organized the service as a way to help deal with the loss of their friend. The congregation sang, prayed and remembered the teen, saying she had a huge impact on the community that they will never forget.
A woman claims that she knew where Hailey Dunn's body would be found when she heard the news that the teen went missing. She drew the image that she says was a psychic vision for two search groups last year, and they tell us that it appears to be Lake J.B. Thomas.
An online memorial gathered hundreds of comments, pictures and prayers for Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn. A Facebook page dedicated to Hailey was opened to the public to leave their thoughts for her. This allowed locals and those from around the country to pay their respects in an unique way.
Money raised at a car was in Colorado City went to two search centers that helped in the efforts to find Hailey Dunn. The car was Saturday was also raising money for a scholarship in the teen's name. The community came out to show its support, and the volunteers say it served as an opportunity to help them cope with the loss of Hailey.
Colorado City school officials say the students are coping with the loss of their classmate, and that they are already taking the steps to move forward. This includes a scholarship fund in Hailey's name and a new program that will teach girls self defense.
Cars stopped and several people lined up as the vinyl billboard came down around 10 a.m. Monday -- A final sign the search is over.
Just days after the announcement that the Scurry County remains found back in March were those of Hailey Dunn, many are still digesting the tragic news, including a few family members that live in the teen's former home. They say they feel broken, but are doing what they can to move forward.
Her cheery, young face is painted on billboards in Abilene, constantly reminding us she is somewhere out there.
A day after Hailey Dunn's body has been identified, searchers are working together to move forward. Now that their search is over, they say they're not giving up on finding justice for the missing teen. And they say that they realize how close they came to finding her two years ago. While frustrating, the searchers say that it happened when it was supposed to happen.
It's just a day after news broke that remains found a little more than 10 mi. away are those of missing teen Hailey Dunn.
It was an emotional night in Colorado City, as locals and searchers gathered at the house of Hailey Dunn to remember the missing teen. Two and a half years after Dunn went missing, searchers say they're glad she's finally made it home. But they say they won't stop searching for justice for Hailey.
Family, friends and searchers gathered at Hailey Dunn's home after news that her body had been found. Many say they are saddened to hear that she is gone, but now searchers set out to find justice for Hailey.
After more than two years of searching for teenager Hailey Dunn, the community of Colorado City now mourns the death of the young girl.
Officials have confirmed that the remains found near Lake J.B. Thomas in March are those of missing teen Hailey Dunn.
Volunteers from the United for Hailey group placed crosses near the garden that's now in front of the Colorado City home.One volunteer has designed and decorated many of these crosses, with each one designed upon request of an individual who has helped in some way or another with the search efforts. They come from all over the country, and even from all over the world. Showing that their hope isn't fading.