COLORADO CITY, Texas - The 2015 graduating class at Colorado High School found a solemn way to honor and remember a classmate lost almost five years ago -- Hailey Dunn.
Dunn's classmates from Colorado Middle School put a cap, gown and picture of her in an empty chair among the graduates Friday night.
Dunn, who was 13, made national news in 2010 when she went missing and the community came together to search for her.
Her remains were found in 2013 in Scurry County. No one has been charged with her murder.
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