The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office is confirming the remains of Dylan Redwine were found in a recent search conducted in Southwestern Colorado. A five-day search of Middle Mountain Road near Vallecito Lake turned up a number of items, including bones. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation determined those remains as belonging to Redwine. The 13-year old boy disappeared in mid-November while on a court-ordered Thanksgiving holiday visit with his father. The Sheriff’s Office says Redwine was picked up by his father at the Durango-La Plata County airport. The following day, Dylan’s mother reported him missing.

Officials say the recent searches were conducted as follow-up searches, and not as a result of any new information.

Anyone with information related to Dylan Redwine’s disappearance is asked to contact investigators with the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office at 970-382-7015 or 970-382-7045. You can also call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.

 

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