New search for clues in Dylan Redwine's murder
More than three years after recovering the remains of a missing 13-year-old boy, investigators are once again returning to the rural road where the body was discovered.
The La Plata County Sheriff's Office plans to comb a section of Middle Mountain Road for any evidence that could lead to answers in the Dylan Redwine case.
Dylan disappeared from his father's Durango-area home in November 2012 during a court-ordered visit. His father, Mark Redwine, told authorities he left Dylan at home on the morning of Nov. 19 while he went to run errands. Dylan was gone when he returned four hours later.
Snow hindered search efforts for much of the winter and spring. Dylan's body was found in June 2013, after the snow had receded. His death has been ruled a homicide.
In 2015, Mark Redwine was named a person of interest in the case. No suspects have been formally identified, and to date no arrests have been made.
The sheriff's office considers the case an ongoing investigation. The Durango Herald reports that searchers will return to a section of Middle Mountain Road sometime next week.