"Hailey missing just short of two years is unthinkable. We never thought it could happen," said Stacie Campbell, the vigil organizer.
Thursday December 27th marks two years since the now 15-year-old Hailey Dunn went missing outside her Colorado City home. Friends, family, and supporters gathered at a vigil earlier this week to remember the day.
"We'll have her back for her 16th birthday," said one supporter.
"We're all here for the same thing," said Holly Jenkins, who helped search for Hailey. "We all just want Hailey home."
Hailey's mom Billie Dunn said this vigil is a chance to renew hope in finding Hailey.
"Just the hope factor, having hope that she'll come home. That way they're still out there looking for her and everybody needs to cling to that," said Dunn.
A letter from an inmate back in October of this year gave police a new angle to investigate, but so far no arrests have been made in connection with her disappearance. Still, her family and friends keep the hope alive.
"I think it's important for everybody to continue with the hope," said Dunn.
"I know that I have to stay strong and have hope," said Hailey's best friend Heather Ruth.
If you have any information on Hailey's disappearance. You can call the Colorado City Police Department at 325-728-5294.