DURANGO, Colo. (KRQE) - Searchers returned to Vallecito Reservoir in southwestern Colorado Wednesday in their search for missing Durango teen Dylan Redwine.
Redwine has been missing since Nov. 19 when he vanished during a court-ordered visit with his father Mark Redwine .
Dan Bender, spokesman for the La Plata County Sheriff's Office, said search teams returned to the reservoir earlier this week and that cadaver dogs picked up on a scent. While cadaver dogs have picked up scents in that area many times during this search, no evidence of Dylan has been found.
Bender said now that the snow has melted in that area they are able to take a better look.
Sky News 13 flew over the search site Wednesday and spotted divers in small 20-by-10-foot area that was sectioned off by a cofferdam. The area was being pumped so that searchers could get a better look.
Other searchers were digging nearby in the sand,
While Dylan's father has been a big focus of the investigation, he has not been named a suspect.
The reward in the case for information leading to Redwine's whereabouts has reached $50,500
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