They are also still unable to determine the gender of the person whose remains were found near the McMahon-Wrinkle Airport, just 2 miles away from Shawn Adkins' mother's house.
Investigators did say that the remains were located in a dirt and grass area where workers do not go frequently, although they did not say if the remains were in a bag, or what they were found with.
"Right now I'm not going to speculate on who it is, we have no idea. We don't have any evidence of male, female or anything at this point in time, so there's no sense in even going there," Sgt. Tony Everett of the Big Spring Police Department.
When asked if there were any clothes found with the remains, Sgt. Everett replied, "I'm not going to get into any evidence right now."
Sgt. Everett was also asked if he could describe the size of the remains, to which he simply answered, "No."
The remains have now been sent to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office for an autopsy, and there is still no confirmation that they were linked to Hailey Dunn, although they were discovered a short distance from the lone suspect's mother's house.
Shawn Adkins' parents have refused to speak about the discovery.
Federal investigators, Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Rangers and other law enforcement agencies were at the scene trying to determine where the remains came from.