The La Plata County Sheriffs Office served a search warrant Thursday morning at the home of Mark Redwine, the father of 13-year-old Dylan Redwine who disappeared Nov. 19. while visiting his father on Thanksgiving break.
We are not calling Mark Redwine a suspect, Sheriffs spokesman Dan Bender said. It was only prudent to search because this was the last place Dylan was seen.
Colorado Bureau of Investigations and the FBI had tents and a trailer set up outside the house. Investigators wearing white scrub-like uniforms made trips in and out of the house and a travel trailer this morning.
Dylan texted his mother, Elaine Redwine, when he arrived at Durango-La Plata County Airport on Nov. 18. The lad immediately contacted friends in Bayfield where he attended school until this summer when his mother, who divorced Mark Redwine in 2007, moved to Colorado Springs.
Dylan agreed to meet his friends early Nov. 19 but the meeting never took place. Mark Redwine told investigators that he left on errands at 7:30 a.m. but found Dylan gone when he returned four hours later.
The investigation of Dylans disappearance is ongoing, Bender said. We wont be revealing any list of what we find until the its over.
About 15 investigators and analysts are involved in the search, Bender said.