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02/25/2013 09:28 pm ET Updated Feb 26, 2013

Dylan Redwine Case: Missing Boy's Parents Take Search To National TV On 'Dr. Phil'

The parents of a 14-year-old boy who's been missing since November will be appearing in a taped segment on Dr. Phil Tuesday and Wednesday.

Just days after another grueling search for missing Colorado teen Dylan Redwine that involved cadaver dogs, the soon-to-air interview appears to get very heated.

"I didn't lose Dylan," says Dylan's father, Mark Redwine, who may have been the last person to see his son since he went missing from his home on a court-ordered visit for Thanksgiving. Dylan's parents are divorced.

"Then why is he gone?" Dylan's mother Elaine Redwine asks. "You have to answer that question. You had him, where is he?"

Authorities have said that they don't believe that Dylan ran away, and say that they've served a search warrant on Mark Redwine's home that hasn't turned up anything.

Over the weekend in Durango, investigators drilled holes in Vallecito Lake with cadaver dogs trying to find some trace of the missing teen.

Family members however say that they don't have any new information on the boy's disappearance. A post on the "Find Missing Dylan Redwine" Facebook page read:

I know many of you are wondering why we opened up holes on the lake. It was the next logical step for us to follow while Wendy and her dogs were there. We opened 5 holes in the same area that the earlier SAR cadaver dogs hit on approximately 6 days after Dylan went missing. We then opened another hole near the flow channel. Sabor and Jetta were brought in at separate times to check each hole for us multiple times.

The entire process was heart wrenching, we of course CHOOSE HOPE for Dylan. We want Dylan home, that is our GREATEST HOPE, but at the same time we are also looking for resolution and closure. The only way to obtain any one of those things is to check and double check everything, to try to rule out all possibilities. Unfortunately we don't have any new information at this time. We don't know anything more than we did.

Investigators previously searched the Vallecito Lake area with search and rescue teams just days after Dylan first went missing, but say they were just double-checking this weekend.

The reward for information leading to finding Dylan is now over $50,000.

Anyone with any information is being asked to call a 24-hour anonymous tip line at 970-382-7511.

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