Community gathers to support Dylan Redwine’s family
MONUMENT, Colo. — Nearly two months after vanishing without a trace, friends and family of 13-year-old Dylan Redwine gathered in Monument to raise money and awareness about the investigation.
“There is still a lot of hope not only near the Bayfield community but just everywhere,” said a classmate of the missing teen on Thursday night.
Redwine, who vanished while visiting his father in Southwest Colorado on November 19th, is not considered a runaway by the La Plata County Sheriffs Office.
The investigation, which includes a task force of both local and federal officials, has not named any suspects or persons of interest in the disappearance.
Mark Redwine, Dylan’s father, has been accused by his ex-wife of withholding information from police. In November, Redwine told FOX31 Denver in an exclusive interview that he didn’t want to fight with his wife through the media.
Family and friends have raised over $30,000 for a cash reward in bringing Dylan back home. The 13-year-old, who friends say had hitchhiked at least once in the past, is described as 5’0, 105 pounds, and has blonde hair.
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