New clue surfaces in search for Dylan Redwine
Posted at: 02/27/2013 5:13 PM
| Updated at: 02/27/2013 8:23 PM
By: Eddie Garcia, KOB Eyewitness News 4
After more than three months of disappointment and dead ends, a new clue has surfaced in the search for missing Colorado teen Dylan Redwine.
It came from the East Mountain search-and-rescue group KOB Eyewitness News 4 introduced to the Redwine family.
It's nothing but ice, snow and sub-zero temperatures at Vallecito Lake - but K-9 Forensics says they are making some headway.
A hound picked up on a scent on the east side of the lake.
The La Plata County Sheriff's Office hadn't heard about the hit when we called them this morning, but they do say a lot of new tips have come flooding in lately.
"Every now and then we'll get one that will be classified as a tip and we're still sorting through those," said Sgt. Dan Bender.
The renewed interest is because of a recent interview with the family on national television.
In just the last day over a hundred of tips have flooded the sheriff's office.
"Any time there is any regional or national coverage in our search for Dylan we get a spike in calls," said Bender.
Although this latest clue, this hit on the east side of Vallecito Lake could be anything - investigators hope some light will be shed on this case and that it will lead them to Dylan.
The La Plata County Sheriff's Office says they've searched the east side of the lake with divers and sonar in the past and weren't able to find anything.