DURANGO, Colo. (KRQE) - There is a massive search underway for a missing boy in southwestern Colorado.
Dylan Redwine, 13, was last seen Monday morning at his father's home near Vallecito northeast of Durango.
Investigators, a K-9 team, search and rescue and volunteers are now combing the area.
The boy's mother and father had been involved in a custody dispute, and the boy was visiting his father as part of a court order.
Police aren't sure if Dylan was upset and ran away or there were other factors in his disappearance. They say they aren't ruling anything out at this point.
Police say they received two reports of sightings of the boy Tuesday afternoon but have yet to find him.
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