There’s every indication the search for Dylan Redwine is still underway in a small town near Durango where his father Mark lives. Missing posters are posted all over the area of Vallecito Lake, Colorado.
"We don't know where Dylan’s at; we have no idea where Dylan’s at,” Mark said Wednesday. “He could be anywhere.”
Mark is working with search crews and other investigators close to home trying to find any trace of his son. Dylan disappeared while on a court-ordered visit with Mark before Thanksgiving.
"My ex-wife and I both agree that Dylan’s not the kind of kid that would run away, but I also think that there's a possibility that Dylan was torn between his parents," Mark said.
Investigators announced this week they want to speak with a man who could help them out in their investigation. There was a man who was reportedly in the Vallecito area, who was possibly looking for rental properties around the time Dylan disappeared. He's described as a Hispanic man, 45 to 50 years old, and about 5-foot-10. Investigators think he may have seen something that could help them find Dylan.
The La Plata County Sheriff's Office says it still doesn't have a suspect and very few clues, but Dylan’s family will keep looking, convinced they will see him again.
“Absolutely,” Mark said. “I have no reason not to believe that."
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