Search for missing boy shifts to father's home
Sheriff's office: Not calling Mark Redwine a suspect
On Thursday morning, La Plata County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant at Mark Redwine's home as authorities continue to search for his missing son, Dylan.
"The sheriff's office is not calling Mark Redwine a suspect," said Dan Bender, public information officer for La Plata County Sheriff's Office.
"However, since that house was the last place Dylan was seen, it is only prudent to do a more thorough search of that house and property for any information that can help direct us to Dylan," said Bender.
The Dylan Redwine Task Force consists of 15 members assisting the sheriff's office in the search of the home, including the F.B.I. and C.B.I.
According to police, approximately 50 people in the task force are also continuing to search for Dylan in the area surrounding Vallecito Reservoir.
The task force asks that the public not conduct their own door-to-door searches north of the Vallecito Dam; they say it could interfere with the work investigators have been conducting.
Residents who are approached by investigators who aren't accompanied by a uniformed officer are encouraged to ask for proper law enforcement ID.
Authorities ask that if anyone has recreational video footage or photographs that include vehicles traveling on any routes between Durango and Vallecito Reservoir between 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 18 through noon on Monday, November 19, to call dispatch at (970) 385-2900.
If you may have any information that could aid in the search, leave a voicemail message on the Dylan Redwine Tip Line at (970) 382-7511.
Durango La Plata Crime Stoppers are also offering a cash reward for information leading to Dylan's whereabouts. To report a tip, call (970) 247-1112.
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