Investigators into the disappearance of Dylan Redwine are looking for a man who may have seen something the day Dylan disappeared. He could help them in their investigation.
La Plata County Sheriff's Office investigators say they interviewed a person over the weekend who said they were contacted by a man who asked where he could find gasoline for his vehicle. He was in the north end of Vallecito on Nov. 19, the day Dylan disappeared.
The man is Hispanic, between 45 and 50 years old, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs around 170 pounds and dark hair. The man was looking at rental properties.
Investigators say he could be a potential witness and not even know it. If you know who the man is, or have information about him, call the special tip line: 970-382-7511.
“If anyone feels they may have seen something unusual in Vallecito before or soon after Dylan was reported missing, we encourage them, including the man looking for rentals that day, to contact the Sheriff’s Office," Dan Bender, La Plata County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer said.
“They may not feel what they saw has any connection to Dylan’s disappearance. But we would like to hear from them and let Law Enforcement decide if it might be important.” Bender said.
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