DENVER -- Two weeks after vanishing without a trace, the search for Dylan Redwine has yet to produce any new leads despite his mother making a desperate plea for help in CNN interview.
Dylan Redwine, who hasn’t been seen since November 19, vanished while visiting his father for the Thanksgiving holiday in Vallecito.
Investigators believe Dylan is not a runaway and could be the victim of an abduction.
His mother appeared on CNN’s “Nancy Grace” Monday night and claimed that she believed a polygraph test taken by her ex-husband, Dylan’s father, came back inclusive.
Investigators will not confirm if either parent has taken a polygraph test, but told FOX31 Denver both parents have been cooperative. Investigators have said numerous times Mark Redwine is not a suspect.
Mark Redwine said he was “surprised” when asked about the CNN interview.
He declined to talk specifics on the investigation because he said he didn’t want to get into a public fight with his estranged wife.
“We have no new leads or new information to report to the public at this time,” said Lt. Ray Shupe, Public Information Officer for the Dylan Redwine Task Force. “We had investigators and analysts working over the weekend on tip analysis and follow-ups.”
Video footage and photographs provided by the community to the Task Force are being analyzed by investigators for clues.
Anyone who may have information on Dylan’s whereabouts are asked to contact La Plata County Sheriff’s Office Investigators Dan Patterson at 970-382-7015 or Tom Cowing at 970-382-7045. You can also the hotline for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE LOST (1-800-843-5678).AlertMe