Transcript for Possible clue in search for missing boy: Authorities
Next tonight, there are new developments in the search for that 11-year-old boy in Colorado, missing for more than a week now. And in need of special medication. ABC news tonight obtaining home surveillance and authorities asking, could this be the last time he was seen? Here's ABC's Clayton Sandell. Reporter: Tonight, investigators searching for 11-year-old Gannon Stauch. Neighbor roderrick Drayton checked his security video and say him getting into this red pickup truck with his stepmother letecia Stauch. Gannon comes out. He gets in the truck. She comes back in the truck and they leave. Reporter: Stauch told investigators her stepson was between 3:15 and 4:15. But Drayton says his video shows her coming home at 2:19 P.M. And there's no sign of Gannon. I walked over to his father's house, knocked on the door and said here's some video that you might want to see. He broke down. And he was like, "She lied." He was like, "Let's call investigators." Reporter: Investigators descended on the home Monday. Any information is available to this case. Reporter: Stauch telling investigators and KKTV she doesn't know where Gannon is. I would never, never ever ever hurt this child. Reporter: The boy's biological mom and dad desperate for answers. I'm becking. Bring my baby home. Reporter: We tried reaching Gannon's stepmother. She did not return our calls. In the meantime, police say they have no suspects. Clayton, thank you.
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