Earlier this week, the director of Texas Equusearch told KTAB News he spoke with Texas Rangers Monday morning. At the time, Tim Miller said as soon as investigators have a good enough lead to pinpoint where Hailey could be, he's expecting a call. Miller did add that if investigators can't find what they're looking for in the next few days, TES would likely go to town.
Over the last two days, TES has said Miller is not in the office and is the only person who can comment about Hailey's case.
TES has been involved in some of the most high profile missing persons cases including that of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway. Most recently, the group helped located the body of Houston-area 12-year-old Jonathan Foster after he was allegedly abducted.
TES is known for being able to deploy on short notice resources such as radar, sonar, scuba diving or SAR dog teams, and vehicles ranging from all-terrain vehicles to boats to aircraft to remotely operated vehicles.
Texas Equusearch is a non-profit group that operates on donations. The services of TES don't cost taxpayers or law enforcement agencies.