Authorities say they've finished searching the home of the father of a 13-year-old boy missing for 12 days in southwest Colorado.
Locally, Dylan Redwine's middle school Lewis-Palmer is set to hold a prayer vigil in Limbach Park Sunday night.
La Plata County Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Ray Shupe says Mark Redwine is cooperating with the investigation into his son's disappearance and volunteered to give an interview to authorities Thursday afternoon.
Dylan Redwine lives with his mother in Colorado Springs but was visiting his dad near Durango for Thanksgiving as part of a court order.
Authorities say they don't consider the boy's father a suspect and that they searched his home because it was the last place Dylan was seen.
Authorities say they don't believe Dylan Redwine ran away. About 50 people have been going door to door since Tuesday looking for any information that could help them find him.
The vigil in Monument will be held from 6-7 p.m. tomorrow evening at Limbach Park. That's on the corner of Front and Second street.
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