Reward to find missing 13-year-old Dylan Redwine near Durango grows to $20,000

DURANGO - The reward for help finding a missing Colorado boy has grown to $20,000.

Dylan Redwine, 13, of Colorado Springs, was reported missing Nov. 19 after a court-ordered visit with his Dad in the Durango area.

The boy's father, Mark Redwine, said he left his son at his home while he ran errands. Mark said when he returned, Dylan was gone.

The Durango Herald reported that $4,000 was added to the reward fund by a family friend this week.

The newspaper said on Wednesday, on the Find Missing Dylan Redwine Facebook page, a message labeled “from Dylan’s Mom” said, “Good morning my sweet Dylan. Christmas is over, and it was so empty without you. We are doing everything we can to find you or get to the person who is responsible for taking you. I am so angry at the person who ‘lost’ you. You should be able to trust that your parents will protect you and keep you safe. Just know that we will find you and keep you safe again as we have for many years. Don’t give up Dylan and stay strong.”

The page administrator said the post was removed a few hours later, "due to the negativity and judgement that post was bringing to the page."