SATSUMA, FL -- Blankets, chairs, coolers -- bit by bit, it's all moved out.
The camp where Haleigh's father's family has lived for the past three weeks came down Monday.
The campsite which sits in someone's front front yard and on a residential street is against county code.
Teresa Neves, Haleigh's paternal grandmother said, " My son received from code enforcement a letter. Tents are only allowed in designated campgrounds."
The camp is a block away from Haleigh's home in Satsuma where she disappeared Feb 9th.
Neves said, "We felt closer to the investigation here. Actually we never thought we'd be here this long."
Meanwhile Patrick Sessions and his son Jason visted with Haleigh's family. Patrick Sessions' daughter, Tiffany, disappeared from the University of Florida 20 years to the day that Haleigh vanished.
Patrick Sessions told reporters, "I dont want these people to be standing where I am today. Twenty-years later and we wonder what happened to her. Somebody out there knows something. If you think you know what happened, call in to help these people."
After receiving a little moral support, Haleigh's father's family went back to work, taking down a campsite they never wanted to have to put up to begin with.
Neves said, "It's hard to move, but nothing will ever remove the faith we have that God is keeping Haleigh alive and she'll come home."
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