"Those police officers, and that Sheriff's department said there would be an arrest made, 5 minutes after Hailey's remains were found."
Those were words spoken by Stacie Campbell, a Hope for Hailey volunteer with the Hope for Hailey Facebook page.
"Law Enforcement owes Hailey this, Hailey is still at the University of North Texas in their science building," she added.
Campbell says it's not just about bringing Hailey home, but about finding the person who did this to her.
"By this point, there would most definitely be an arrest," Campbell said. "Or even at least a grand jury would be convened to put out evidence to say, we are going to make an arrest."
She is disappointed at the lack of attention that is being given to the Hailey Dunn case, even after an overwhelming number of signatures were produced on a petition to make an arrest in the case.
"That night, we had seven hundred, and the goal was only five hundred," she said. "I believe the Dunn's have been put in a very bad light from the very beginning."
Campbell emphasized that all parts of this case are equally as important, from bringing her remains home, to finding the person who did this to her and bringing that person to justice.