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Tonights Show: CLINT DUNN SPEAKS TO SET THE STORY STRAIGHT and PATTY KREIGER CASE

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Clint Dunn ( Hailey Dunn's Father) speaks out about his little girl tonight. We will also have 2 other special guests on with Hailey Dunn Case. Where is Hailey Dunn. Who is involved, Who is Who in this case. Clint Dunn will be here to set the story straight, and to bring Hailey into your hearts and let you all know Hailey through his eyes and his heart. LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – On the 29th of January marks one month since 13-year-old Hailey Dunn was reported missing in Colorado City. Her mother's former boyfriend says Dunn told him she was walking to her father's house and then to friend's the day before. That's the last time anyone has seen her. People are scared for their lives to talk about Patty's case. They have had their lives threatened to even try to give her a voice. We have 2 very special guests joining us tonight that love Patty very much. 65 year old Skagit County resident Patricia "Patti" Krieger went missing on Saturday October, 2nd, 2010 while hiking on Sauk Mountain near Rockport, Washington. Patti had been hiking with her boyfriend, Larry Pressley, her Rot-Wielier dog Bear, and some of Larrys friends and family. They had been on the mountain that day to spread the ashes of Larrys deceased parents who had passed away several months earlier. The group she was hiking with says Patti became emotional and headed down a different trail then the rest of the hikers. They say they figured the trails would reconnect and they would meet Patti and her dog Bear at the trail head. Patti and Bear never showed up. Search and rescue teams from four counties were brought in and over 50 searchers scoured the mountain looking for Patti and came up with nothing. The next day, the Skagit County Sheriffs office brought in a helicopter with F.L.I.R technology and they too were unable to locate Patti. A few weeks later, Patti's dog Bear was found near mile marker four on Sauk Mountain Road. Patti still hasn't been found.

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