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.
Wednesday was Ayla Reynolds’ second birthday. She has been missing since the week before Christmas.
Ayla Reynolds was 20 months old when she was last seen on the night of Dec. 16. investigators have received more than 970 leads so far.
Nearly two months after the disappearance of Ayla Reynolds, her mother plans to sue, claiming social service workers may be at fault.
Divers are back in the Kennebec River as they continue to investigate the disappearance of Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds.
Some of the blood found in a Maine home where a missing toddler was last seen six weeks ago belonged to the little girl, an official said Sunday.
The mother of Ayla Reynolds says she was unable to finish a lie detector test because of a medical condition.
The mother of a missing Maine toddler says she want to take a lie detector test.
Divers searched a half-mile stretch of an icy river Wednesday for any sign of Ayla Reynolds, a toddler who’s been missing for more than three weeks.
The mother of a missing Maine toddler says she has spoken to the girl’s father but still has unanswered questions about the disappearance.