Authorities are leaving "no stone unturned" in the investigation of a missing teen, who has now been gone for more than two months.
Even tips from psychics and mediums are being followed up in the search for 13-year-old Dylan Redwine, with the La Plata County Sheriff's Office determined to look into any and all leads regardless of reliability.
"We want to leave no stone unturned," LPCSO Lt. Ed Phippen said.
Dylan was last seen in his father's home in Vallecito, Colo, a town near Durango, on November 19. Dylan was in Vallecito on a court-ordered visit; the teen normally resides in Monument, Colo. with his mother. Dylan was, however, a resident of Vallecito until four months before his disappearance, so it is not an area unfamiliar to him.
LPCSO has released a new timeline of events leading up to Dylan's disappearance. The following occurred on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 18:
5:46 PM Dylan arrived at Durango-La Plata airport.
7:05 PM Dylan at Durango Walmart
7:22 PM Dylan at Durango McDonalds
9:37PM Dylan’s last electronic device communication (texting)
Dylan's father, Mark Redwine, was the last person to see him. Mark told authorities Dylan was still at home when Mark left to run errands at 7:30 a.m. He was gone when Mark returned four hours later.
Investigators searched Mark's home, but say nothing helpful to the investigation was found.
In the last few days, investigators have searched locations on snowshoes, under bridges, and other sites in parts of La Plata County. Authorities say they have also looked in two other locations in Colorado, but didn't elaborate further.
A reward for information leading to his whereabouts now stands at $50,400.
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