Dylan Redwine reward grows to $30,450; teen missing since Nov. 19

DURANGO, Colo. - The reward in the Dylan Redwine case has grown to $30,450.

The Durango Herald reported that a $10,000 private donation came in from Denver.  An additional $450 was also donated to the fund.

The reward for information solving the Dylan Redwine disappearance had been at $20,000 since Dec. 26.

Redwine was on a court-ordered visit to his father when he was reported missing on Nov. 19, the morning after he arrived.

Dylan's parents divorced in 2007.  He lived in Bayfield until his mother moved to Colorado Springs last summer.

A multi-agency investigation team has been investigating Dylan's disappearance and the La Plata County Sheriff's Office said the case is considered a crime investigation.