ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A week into the search for a missing 13-year-old Colorado boy and there are still no new leads.
A New Mexico dive team is headed back home after its sweep of Vallecito Lake northeast of Durango, did not turn up any clues.
After hours of searching the south end of the lake here near the dam, search crews are back where they started, with nothing to explain what happened to 13-year-old Dylan Redwine.
"We've double checked our work. Now fellow law enforcement are triple checking because we've just got tips. We don't have a last known location so we want to cover as much ground as we can," Lt. Jennie Pierce said.
Dylan has been missing from his father's home in vallecito, ne of durango since last monday.
Divers got here Sunday after search and rescue K9s alerted investigators in these two areas of Vallecito Lake marked with buoys.
Six divers went in two at a time, searching, along with boats equipped with sonar but at this point, investigators are still exploring all possibilities.
They are looking jnto whether Dylan ran away or was abducted and maybe even taken out of state.
That's why FBI is involved to tap into national resources.
"Our investigators met with FBI, they had a lengthy meeting this morning. They are trying to determine where to go next," Dan Bender of the La Plata County sheriff's office said.
He says he and other law enforcement have been working 14 to 15 hour days for the past eight days.
The search went from 200 people at its peak Saturday to now smaller teams with more specialized skills, but now they're really in need of more tips to go off of.
Investigators have not said why they think the boy may be a runaway, but his parents just divorced last year and he moved with his mother to the Colorado Springs area.
When the boy disappeared he was visiting his father in Vallecito, where he'd always lived.
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