DURANGO, Colo. (KRQE) - The reward is growing to help solve the disappearance of a missing Colorado boy.
Dylan Redwine, 13, has been missing since Nov. 19 when he vanished from his father's Vallecito home.
Dylan's parents are divorced, and he was at his father's on a court-ordered visit.
The Durango Herald reported the reward fund is now up to $20,000.
The money has come from donations, a benefit dinner and a silent auction.
Authorities hope the reward will be an incentive for someone to come forward with any information into Dylan's disappearance.
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