A number of electronic devices were removed from the Colorado City home of the missing 13-year-old's mother as well as the home of a one-time suspect's grandmother in Dunn and mother in Big Spring.
Toombs says child porn was not discovered in the home of Hailey's mother Billie Dunn. He says computers and electronics taken from relatives of Billie's boyfriend Shawn Adkins were sent off for testing and still have not yet been returned.
Most of the items were seized in the first three months of 2011.
Neither Adkins nor Dunn have been indicted or charged with crimes related to the possession of child pornography. Both admitted to possessing pornography.
Initially, investigators indicated child pornography was found on electronic devices during their investigation. Throughout the process, Adkins and Dunn denied that claim.
At one point in the investigation, Dunn and Adkins were named persons of interest. Adkins was also named a suspect.
Hailey Dunn vanished from her Colorado City home in December 2010. Earlier this month, the FBI classified her disappearance as a kidnapping.