"For everybody to come out like this really means a lot to me," said volunteer search group organizer Stephanie Boyd. "It means so much because it's now day 11 of the investigation and still no sign of Hailey Dunn."
"For it to happen to Hailey of all people, it's sad," said Boyd. Boyds says she sn't getting discouraged. She knows Hailey is out there somewhere.
"We have to bring Hailey home. Whatever the circumstances. We have to bring her home."
More than one hundred people came together to scour fields, comb the grass and dig through dirt with one goal in mind: to Find Haley. For some like Boyd, it's personal.
I watched Hailey grow up. She lives right around the corner from my house," added Boyd.
Others like volunteer Rickey Courtney didn't even know the girl.
"I just feel like more help that people get is well needed," said Courtney.
The group is using their own time, money and resources to find Hailey. It's an expense Courtney said is well worth it.
"It's mainly just to make sure this kid gets home safe," Courtney said.
Boyd said she knows Hailey is still out there and pleaded for anyone with any information to come forward.
"Whoever did this, I don't care what you did. I don't care that you took her. I don't care if you don't get in trouble, just as long as we have Hailey," said Boyd.
Boyd said until that happens the group will continue to search day and night until they find what they are looking for: 13-year-old Hailey Dunn.