Colorado City city manager Pete Kampfer said he had no comment about the Billie Dunn press conference last week other than “she is trying to do what she thinks is best to find Hailey I’m sure.”
Kampfer said that investigators have continued working on the case, but have had to fight the cold over the last several days.
Results from several pieces of possible evidence are still not available, he said.
Volunteers from around the area have also continued their search for Hailey.
People from throughout the state and nation started looking shortly after the teen went missing.
Search organizers have called a press conference for 11 a.m. Saturday in Colorado City to discuss their cause.
Billie Dunn said she planned to attend the event and remind people to keep looking for her daughter. The 13-year-old girl was last seen leaving her Colorado City home on Dec. 27 and was reported missing the next day by her mother, Billie Dunn.
Shawn Adkins, the mother’s former live-in boyfriend, said the teen left the house around 3 p.m. Dec. 27 to spend the night with a friend, but she never arrived.