The mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds is continuing to call attention to the child’s disappearance a year ago from her father’s home in Waterville.
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.
About 100 volunteers aided by tracking dogs have renewed their search for a Maine toddler who’s been missing three months.
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.
Maine State Police investigators have been analyzing blood that was found in the home where a toddler was reported missing six weeks ago, an official said Saturday.
A website devoted to a Maine toddler who vanished six weeks ago says her uncle and maternal grandmother have taken polygraph tests as part of the police investigation.
The mother of a missing Maine toddler says she want to take a lie detector test.
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