It has been almost a year since 13-year old Dylan Redwine disappeared.
Chilling Colorado winds didn't stop folks from showing their support for Dylan during a vigil held in Monument Saturday.
"It hits really close to home, having a little one," said Shawna Schotanus who had never met Dylan but came to support his family.
Dylan was visiting his father in Vallecito last year when he went missing. A few months ago, his remains were found on Middle Mountain.
Alyssa Austin, who helped organized the vigil says they want complete justice for Dylan.
"Whether it be a manner of mischief or he was just out strolling and something bad happened to him, we won't rest until we know," Austin said.
People who had never met Dylan turned out to share their messages of hope.
"If it had been mine, I would just want to know how many people cared, even people who didn't know Dylan," said Schotanus.
Those who knew Dylan best, took that chance to say goodbye.
"We love you and we miss you and we're going to get justice," said Renee Parrish, a family friend of the Redwine's.
Dylan's parents, Elaine and Mark, were at another vigil held for the teen on Saturday; that one took place in Bayfield.
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