ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Rain and even some snow would not stop nearly two dozen people from standing outside Mark Redwine's Vallecito home Saturday morning armed with signs.
Some with messages of hope for the boy's return and others had a more direct message to the father asking where is Dylan?
Dylan Redwine, 13, who was at his father's home in Vallecito on a court-ordered visit, was reported missing on November 19th.
There have been massive searches of that area, including inside and around the Mark Redwine's house Vallecito Lake and the nearby countryside.
So far, searches have not turned up any significant clues.
"We are getting fewer tips than we were earlier on in the case, but they're still keeping our investigators busy," La Plata County Sheriff's Department Spokesman Dan Bend said. "Just within the last week, we had been looking under bridges based on tips and psychic reports. I had investigators on snow shoes in the high country checking buildings."
La Plata County sheriff's officials say five different agencies are still working heavily on that case, but demonstrators say Mark Redwine is the one not doing enough.
According to the Durango Herald, Cory Redwine, the missing boy's brother believes Mark has some answers about Dylan's disappearance.
"I think he has a part in this. I'm not sure exactly to what extent," Cory Redwine told the Herald.
The sheriff's office would not comment on if they believe mark is hiding anything, but have not named him a suspect.
"We told them that it was certainly their right as citizens to have the rally as long as it was peaceful and didn't violate any laws, didn't trespass, didn't impede on traffic," Bend said.
The Durango Herald reports that Elaine Redwine, Dylan's mother and Mark's ex-wife, was among the demonstrators at Saturday's event.
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