Colorado City's City Manager Pete Kampfer tells KTAB's Tiffany Tatro searchers did find a bone. Kampfer says he's 95 percent sure it's an animal bone.
Kampfer confirmed the bone was taken away for testing, just in case.
Update, 10:45 a.m.
Searchers near the location of an alleged bone discovery in Scurry County tell KTAB's Victor Sotelo that they haven't located anything that appears to be a human bone.
Searchers said, if anything, remains discovered were likely that of a deer.
KBST News in Big Spring is reporting a search party in Scurry County has discovered what could be a human bone.
KBST Station Manager Erica Morse tells us her radio station is reporting what appeared to be a "fresh bone" was found late Thursday. Morse says the bone was taken in by law enforcement for forensics testing.
Scurry County Sheriff Darren Jackson tells bigcountryhomepage.com he's not aware of a discovery of bones that could possibly be human. He went on to say he's not aware of anything of this nature or evidence being found.
Other law enforcement sources familiar with the case tell bigcountryhomepage.com that this likely wouldn't be connected with the case. If Hailey was deceased, her remains likely wouldn't be found in the form of bones, according to the source.
KBST says the discovery was made at Highway 208 and FM 1606. They also report DPS, Texas Rangers, and the Scurry County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene.
Morse says KBST is not reporting this discovery to be linked to the Dunn case. She says speculation of that nature would be premature.
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