Missing Boy's Parents to Appear on Dr. Phil Tuesday
KREX News Room
The parents of missing 14-year-old Dylan Redwine are taking center stage with a national audience by appearing on the "Dr. Phil Show."
The show will focus on this case for their two-part broadcast starting Tuesday afternoon (February 26).
Family members say they don't have any new information on the boy's disappearance, but they're not giving up hope. In fact, officials drilled a hole in the ice on a Vallecito lake over the weekend, searching for him.
Dylan has been missing since November 19th, 2012 after arriving at his father's home in southwestern Colorado for a court-ordered visit.
His father, Mark Redwine, says he last saw Dylan asleep when he left home early to run some errands.
Dylan was living with his mother, Elaine Redwine, and his 21-year-old brother Cody, in Colorado Springs.
Dylan's mom has been quoted saying that she thought her ex-husband had something to do with Dylan's disappearance and now Mark and Elaine, who haven't seen or spoken to each other in three years, are coming face to face on the "Dr. Phil Show."
Mark Redwine says he's tired of having the finger pointed at him, and he's willing to take a polygraph test to help clear his name, however it's unknown if Dr. Phil plans on conducting such a test on the show.
The two-part episode is airing Tuesday (February 26) and Wednesday (February 27) on NewsChannel 5 at 3 p.m. and FOX4 at 11 a.m.