"I wish we could bring Hailey home before they left but, we're going to keep going," said volunteer searcher April Wehba.
Wehba and other volunteers continue the search for missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn.
This time with a new set of eyes- psychic/medium Gale St. John.
She's brought her two search dogs to help look for any missing clues.
"We ruled out a lot of areas using the dogs which was a big plus there were a lot of areas that had a lot of vegetation that made it almost impossible for the searchers to get in there," said St. John.
Day and night they searched several areas where Dunn was frequently seen.
They tracked, asked questions and received insight from other experts.
"It isn't so much about we know where she is what we're doing is eliminating a lot of that stuff and saying we know where she isn't," said investigative reporter Gary Peterson who assisted St. John throughout the search.
They also made sure to keep local law enforcement updated on any new findings.
Although Colorado City Police weren't directly involved with the search, they welcomed any help.
"Anytime that there is fresh eyes and maybe a different perspective on things that's always helpful," said Colorado City Police Investigator Kelsey Alexander.
St. John leaves without having found Dunn's whereabouts, but searchers say it wasn't a waste- instead it's been a time to refocus their search for Dunn.
"We are going to continue, the search has kind of started up again," said Kristy Lloyd a volunteer for the search group Hailey's Search.
Which for volunteers like Wehba means they'll just keep looking for as long as it takes.
"I think that we're in the right direction now and we're gonna bring her home," said Wehba.