ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Classmates of Dylan Redwine are planning a prayer vigil Sunday night for the missing teen.
Meanwhile, detectives are combing through pictures and video from neighbors who live in the area where the Colorado teen went missing.
The 13-year-old was last seen two weeks ago at his father's house in Vallecito.
His parents are divorced and he was there on a court ordered visit.
Agents and deputies served a search warrant at the house this week.
They have not said what or if they found anything to help the case.
But police say citizens have sent in recreational video and pictures of that area during the days Redwine disappeared and now a task force is sifting through that potential evidence.
As police work around the clock to find the missing boy, middle-school students from Dylan's Colorado Springs school will hold a prayer vigil for him Sunday evening.
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