Dylan Redwine did not run away, police say

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Dylan Redwine did not run away, police say

Time passed, lack of cellphone activity raise suspicion
Tip line for information about Dylan Redwine

A tip line has been set up with the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office to collect information about Dylan Redwine, who has been missing since Nov. 19. The line is not answered but collects messages and is checked periodically, La Plata County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dan Bender said.

Call 382-7511.

Tips can be left anonymously, but if the caller wants a reply, a callback number is needed, he said.

Also, investigators would like to talk to anyone who was taking photos or shooting videos that show vehicles along the typical routes between Vallecito and Durango from 6 p.m. Nov. 18 to noon Nov. 19. That would include county roads 501 and 240.

Anyone who can supply a copy of his or her photos or videos is asked to call La Plata County dispatch center at 385-2900.

Dylan Redwine did not run away, police say

Vallecito Church members Connie Allen, left, and Jennifer Finklea offer support Wednesday for Dylan Redwine in front of their church on Vallecito Lake near where Dylan went missing Nov. 19. “We continue to pray for him – for his safe return,” Allen said.
Dylan Redwine
Mark Redwine, father of Dylan, said Wednesday at his home in Vallecito that he wants the media to focus on his missing son, not on him.
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