Maine state police, game wardens and Waterville police are searching a wooded area for any sign of a toddler who went missing in December 2011.
The mother of a missing Maine toddler said Monday that her daughter’s blood was found in places throughout in the home where the girl was last seen, a detail she announced in a continuing effort to put more pressure on authorities to file charges in the case.
The father of a missing Maine toddler whose disappearance drew national attention is facing a charge of domestic violence assault.
Divers from the Maine State Police and Warden Service have completed a search in the Kennebec River for signs of Ayla Reynolds, but officials say they found “nothing substantial.”
It appears that $30.000 in reward money for information leading to missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds will go unclaimed. Ayla was reported missing from her home in Waterville on December 17.
It has been 166 days since little Ayla Reynolds was reported missing from her home in Waterville, Maine and police now say they don’t expect to find her alive.
Ayla Reynolds was 20 months old when she was reported missing on Dec. 17 from her father’s home in Waterville.
Maine State Police confirm they have found evidence in Waterville, Maine that could be connected to the search for Ayla Reynolds.
Wednesday was Ayla Reynolds’ second birthday. She has been missing since the week before Christmas.
Crews found a man’s body while searching for missing toddler Ayla Reynolds in Maine on Saturday, according to WGME-TV.