During the segment, Grace spoke with WOAI Newsradio reporter Michael Board as well as Hailey's mother, Billie Dunn.
"I have to have her back...her dad has to have her back," pleaded Dunn. "We're torn up."
"Number one, we are praying," Grace told Dunn in response. "There's a $10,000 reward. Help us find Hailey!"
Dunn told Grace her boyfriend was this last person to see Hailey. Hailey reportedly told the boyfriend last Monday that she was walking 4-6 blocks away to a friend's home. That was the last time Hailey was seen.
When Hailey didn't return home the next day, Dunn began to worry. She told Grace that she phoned her son to contact Hailey and tell her to come home. After doing some digging around, the son discovered Hailey never made it to the friend's home or the home of Hailey's father.
Dunn said the only other person to see Hailey the Monday she went missing was a neighbor who spotted the teen around lunchtime.
Mark Klaas, president and founder of Klaaskids, said he sees no evidence that Hailey ran away. Klaas called Interim Colorado City Police Chief John Biven's statement that she appears to be a runaway an "80s, mid-ninties answer to a very relevant question today."
During the show, a map of 15 sex offenders was shown on the screen.
"Look Mark," said Grace. "Look at the sex offenders in this area! This little girl did not run away."
Grace compared the circumstances of this case to that of Carlie Brucia, a Florida 11-year-old who was abducted and killed in 2004. Brucia was on her way home from a sleepover at her friend's house. A surveillance camera at a car wash showed a man in a uniform type shirt approaching Carlie, saying something to her, and then leading her away. The suspect was identified as Joseph P. Smith. Smith later told police where they could find Brucia's body.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to Hailey's safe return.