The father of a missing boy from the Colorado Springs area has asked local private investigators to join the search. Dylan Redwine went missing last November.
Hundreds of volunteers have given their time to search for the missing 13-year-old.
Tracy Kostecki is now one of them.
"It's difficult because all of us have our children; it puts it on a real personal level," Kostecki said Tuesday.
She is a private investigator with Colorado Springs based Rocky Mountain Investigations. Dylan’s dad Mark asked the team to join the search. They agreed to join the case pro-bono.
They’ve now traveled a number of times to where Dylan disappeared near Durango, going back over areas that have already been scoured.
“There's a lot of information out there, new information that I don't think has been looked at,” Kostecki said. “Everything is promising at this point.
Although she can't give specifics, Tracy says Dylan’s dad is cooperating. She's looking for any and every small hint.
"The most important goal is finding what happened to this little boy," she said.
Even the smallest useful piece of information could be the key to solving this mystery.
Dylan’s family here is holding a celebration in Monument Wednesday, which is Dylan’s 14th birthday.
It’s at Limbach Park on Front Street at 6:30 p.m.
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