Dylan Redwine
Dylan Redwine (The Associated Press)

FARMINGTON — Colorado law enforcement authorities on Wednesday searched the home of Mark Redwine, father of Dylan Redwine, the boy whose remains were found near Vallecito Lake in June.

No arrests were made, and authorities said no suspects had been named in the case.

Mark Redwine has repeatedly been questioned in the case, and even defended himself on the Dr. Phil TV show in February. His home was previously searched in November.

The La Plata County Sheriff's Office would not comment on what was taken during the search, which was conducted with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the FBI.

In June, a variety of items, including bones, were collected during a five-day search of Middle Mountain Road near Vallecito Lake, in Colorado. La Plata
In June, a variety of items, including bones, were collected during a five-day search of Middle Mountain Road near Vallecito Lake, in Colorado. La Plata County Sheriff´s Office received a report from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation stating that items sent to them for tests had been identified as human remains and that they were identified as Dylan Redwine. (Courtesy of La Plata County Sheriff's Office)

Authorities continue to discover new information in the case, said Dan Bender, a spokesman for the sheriff's office.

"We feel that it's moving forward as we investigate and get more information that moves us closer to finding out what happened to Dylan," he said.

Dylan Redwine was 13 years old when he went missing on Nov. 19, 2012, while visiting his father in Vallecito, a popular outdoors area east of Durango. Dylan had recently moved to Colorado Springs with his mother, Elaine.

His disappearance led to a series of searches involving more than a dozen agencies and hundreds of volunteers. His remains were found in June near Middle Mountain Road not far from Vallecito Lake.

Chuck Slothower covers business for The Daily Times. He can be reached at cslothower@daily-times.com. Follow him @Dtchuck on Twitter.