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Law enforcement officials continue searching for missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn. Nine agencies are actively working the case with 30 law enforcement officers and many more working behind the scenes. Those working on the case are the Colorado City Police Department, the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the FBI, the Snyder Police Department, 32nd Judicial District Court, the Scurry County Sheriff's Office, the Secret Service and the Child Advisory Center.
Hailey Dunn's case does not qualify for the Amber Alert according to a news release. However, digital billboard spaces around the state have been donated by Lamar Sign Company. The spaces show Hailey Dunn's face and description. This company is also planning a vinyl billboard display.
This is an ongoing investigation and law enforcement agencies are continuing to follow up on interviews and leads into the safe recovery of Hailey Dunn. Anyone with information, no matter how large or small, to contact the Colorado City Police Department at 325-728-5294.
Hailey has been missing since December 27th, as she was on her way to spend the night at a friend's house, now identified as Mary Beth Garcia. Hailey's mother, Billie Jean Dunn, reported her missing the next morning when she discovered her daughter never made it to Garcia's house.
Hailey, a Colorado City middle schools student, was last seen at 1804 Chestnut Street in Colorado City between 1 and 3 p.m. wearing navy blue sweatpants, a short sleeved light colored T-shirt and pink and white tennis shoes. She has hazel eyes, pierced ears and brown hair with blondish streaks. Hailey stands at 5'1" and weighs 120 pounds.