ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The mysterious disappearance of Dylan Redwine is garnering national attention with his parents set to appear on the Dr. Phil show.
In a promo for the two-part two-day special set to air on KRQE News 13 Tuesday and Wednesday both parents point the finger at each other.
Elaine Redwine asks her ex-husband Mark at one point, "you had him, where is he?"
The parents take each other to task on the national talk show over the November 19, 2012 disappearance of their son.
"I have suspicions that Elaine could be involved in this," Mark Redwine said at one point.
Dylan was on a court ordered trip to see his dad at his Vallecito home when the 14-year-old up and vanished.
Search after search of the lake, Mark Redwine's home and the town has turned up nothing.
"We don't know where Dylan's at, we have no idea where Dylan's at, Dylan could be anywhere," Mark said during an interview with our Denver affiliate.
Despite the accusations by his ex-wife Mark has repeatedly denied any involvement in Dylan's disappearance.
The La Plata County Sheriff's office said all adults connected to Dylan were given polygraph tests but a spokesperson would not say what the results of those tests were.
That might be revealed though on Wednesday in a promo for the second part of the special Mark says he will take a polygraph test.
Investigators have no suspects but say the case is still very active adding that they were out following up on tips and leads on Monday.
The parents signed agreements promising not to talk about the shows before they've aired.
The sheriff's office said it plans to watch the shows to see if they can glean any additional information in the case.
In previous interviews Mark Redwine said he thinks Dylan was torn between his parents but he also said he doesn't think his son is the type to run away.
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