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Ayla Reynolds, 20 mos. Maine missing
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police have spoken to the toddler’s mother, who does not live at the Violette Avenue home. Police are not releasing the names of the parents. :(

WMTW

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Waterville police said they are investigating the disappearance and possible abduction of a 20-month-old from her home.

Police were called to 29 Violette Ave. in Waterville Saturday morning after receiving a report from the father of the toddler, Alya Reynolds.

Police said Ayla was reported sleeping in her bed on Friday at about 10 p.m. by a family member.

Investigators say this morning at 8:51 a.m., Ayla's father called police after learning that the child was not in her bed and could not be located in the residence.

A search of the neighborhood surrounding the house has been conducted by members of the Waterville Police Department, Waterville Fire Department, and Maine State Warden Service, to include a flyover of the Warden Service's plane.

A detailed search of the residence for forensic evidence is being conducted by members of the Waterville Police Department's Detective Division and the Maine State Police's Evidence Recovery Team at this time. Ayla's family members are cooperating fully with police.

The investigation is being coordinated by the Waterville Police Department's Detective Division, with assistance from Maine State Police Detectives, according to Waterville Police Chief Joseph Massey.

The Police Department is requesting assistance from the general public in locating Ayla.

Ayla was last seen wearing a green one-piece pajama with polkadots and the words "Daddy's Princess" written on them.

She is 2 feet, 9 inches tall, and weighs approximately 30 pounds.

Ayla's left arm is in a sling and soft splint.

She has short, thin blonde hair.

Any individual with information regarding Ayla's whereabouts is asked to call the Waterville Police Department at 207-680-4700.

Kennebec Journal

WATERVILLE — Police are looking for a toddler who vanished from her bed sometime late Friday or early Saturday, and say it’s possible she was abducted.
20-month-old Alya Reynolds, wearing a soft cast from a broken arm, was last seen sleeping in her bed at about 10 p.m. Friday. Her father reported her missing Saturday at 8:51 a.m. when he found an empty bed.
Police searched the neighborhood for her all day Saturday, including using a Maine State Police tracking dog.
“We’re approaching almost 24 hours and no one knows where a 20-month little girl is and was last seen only in pajamas,” Police Chief Joseph Massey said. “It’s very concerning. We have not been able to locate her with a pretty intensive search of the area.”
The child lives at 29 Violette Ave., off Cool Street. She was last seen wearing green, one-piece pajamas with polka dots and the words “Daddy’s Princess” on them. She is 2-feet, 9-inches tall, and weighs approximately 30 pounds.
Her left arm is in a sling and soft splint. She has short thin blond hair.
“An exhaustive search of the neighborhood surrounding the house has been conducted by members of the Waterville Police Department, Waterville Fire Department and Maine State Warden Service, to include a flyover (with a) Warden Service’s plane,” Massey said. “A detailed search of the residence for forensic evidence is being conducted by members of the Waterville Police Department’s Detective Division and the Maine State Police’s Evidence Recovery Team. Ayla’s family members are cooperating fully with police.”
Rumsey said police have spoken to the toddler’s mother, who does not live at the Violette Avenue home. Police are not releasing the names of the parents.
“We have interviewed her,” he said. “She is cooperative.”
Waterville Deputy Police Chief Charles Rumsey said police conducted extensive interviews and believe there is nothing suspicious about the broken arm, which he said was suffered in an accident several weeks ago.
Massey said it’s possible the toddler let herself out of the house and simply walked away and that is part of the investigation.
“There are two possibilities — she could have walked out of the house; she was able to walk, she’s old enough to walk, just starting to walk,” Massey said. “Her mobility would have been quite limited with the soft cast on her arm. We think it would be very, very difficult for her to open the door and get herself out. We don’t think she could have gone very far.
“Then the possibility arises — was she abducted? We’re certainly looking at that. It’s very concerning.”
The Police Department is urgently requesting assistance from the general public in locating the toddler, Massey said. Anyone with information regarding Ayla’s whereabouts is asked to call the Waterville Police Department at 680-4700.


















































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Fuck!! I hope she is ok. She is the same age as my daughter. How would she wander out on her own, is she out of a crib already, do they not have locks on the doors the baby can't reach or undo ....? She didn't wander away by herself. Someone took her or she was harmed!
Come home baby girl.
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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Jesus H Christ!!! WTF is going on with these small children going missing? Praying for another good outcome as the one in SC!
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NOT ANOTHER ONE BEFORE CHRISTMAS!!! :( Please let this precious lil' beauty make it home!
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if she is outdoors, it is below freezing there.
20 months old, arm in a cast, and wandered off? with no trace??

Police are not releasing the names of the parents. when that happens (rarely) it sets off alarms for me.


"...she could have walked out of the house; she was able to walk, she’s old enough to walk, just starting to walk,” Massey said. “Her mobility would have been quite limited with the soft cast on her arm. We think it would be very, very difficult for her to open the door and get herself out. We don’t think she could have gone very far."

















































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#6
If she didn't wander far then they would have already found her. IMO. I do not believe that baby just walked right out that door.
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no news this morning yet, it's very early 0549. but last night the local 11PM WBZ news in Boston did a brief story on this and had the paternal grandfather on. (Maine and NH news get covered on Boston TV stations)
it was brief, but the grandfather really caught my attention when he said"is she dead?". it was so out of left field, and early for him to be saying that. makes me wonder what he really thinks.
i'll be watching for any news today. i hope that baby girl has not been out in the elements these 2 freezing nights. she likely couldn't survive.


seen here with her aunt, Amanda Benner

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WATERVILLE — Waterville Police Chief Joseph Massey will host a press conference at 2 p.m. today in the Waterville City Council Chambers regarding the disappearance of 20-month-old child Ayla Reynolds.
WATERVILLE — Maine State Police, a game warden, a tracking dog and city police entered the house at 29 Violette Ave. about 12:30 p.m. today.


mother is Trista Reynolds

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waiting for more info.
backwoods rubes, no link to live presser. Furious


video with the grandfather:


http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/investig...on=1206833


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setting up for presser nobody is streaming. fuckers.

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(12-17-2011, 10:56 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: [b]“Her mobility would have been quite limited with the soft cast on her arm. We think it would be very, very difficult for her to open the door and get herself out. We don’t think she could have gone very far."

WTF? How do babies break their arms? Was she skateboarding? Skiing? Or did somebody jerk her up by her arm? I always wonder. Babies shouldn't have broken bones.

Hate thinking about her being cold. I hope they find her soon.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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i have to rely on raw twitter for presser:

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Parents names released: mother Trista Reynolds, father Justin DiPietro.
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I asked how father accounts for those hours, Chief Massey said #AylaReynolds was asleep in her own room

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That would mean nearly 13 hours passed between time she was last seen and when she was reported missing
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Police now say #AylaReynolds was last seen at 8pm not 10pm Friday night
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Chief Massey: family is being interviewed at length and are fully cooperative
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Waterville police chief Massey: Waterville PD working w State PD, FBI and Warden service. Still no sign of #AylaReynolds
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Press conference starting pic.twitter.com/FQpr0s2A
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WATERVILLE, Maine (NEWS CENTER 6) -- Police in Waterville say 20 month old Ayla Reynolds was last seen 8 o'clock Friday night.

At a news conference Sunday afternoon police said the little girl's father is Justin Dipietro and her mother is Trista Reynolds. Ayla lives with her father and her mother lives in Portland , although she does not have a permanent address.

Police were told by DiPietro that he last saw his daughter when he put her to bed on Friday night. He discovered her missing the next morning.

There were people visiting the home Friday night. Police describe them as friends and family.

The investigation involves local police, state police, wardens and the FBI.



the father, beard

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Ronald Reynolds, Ayla's grandfather told ABC News: "Oh, man, what I'm going through right now is I want to go there. I want to search. I want to just got up there and search and stay out all night and do whatever I need to do. But the police are telling me to let them do their job. Does somebody have her in a car. Is she dead?"

















































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Never trust people who wear peg leg jeans.

13 hours is a long time for a little one to be missing. Kids don't sleep that long. Something is fishy.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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(12-18-2011, 02:56 PM)Cracker Wrote:
(12-17-2011, 10:56 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: [b]“Her mobility would have been quite limited with the soft cast on her arm. We think it would be very, very difficult for her to open the door and get herself out. We don’t think she could have gone very far."

WTF? How do babies break their arms? Was she skateboarding? Skiing? Or did somebody jerk her up by her arm? I always wonder. Babies shouldn't have broken bones.

Hate thinking about her being cold. I hope they find her soon.

My little cousin who is two broke her arm recently playing horsey on her daddy's back, she fell off and landed wrong on her arm.

I hope she is found soon poor girl, don't people check on their babied before they go to bed.
The only reason people get lost in thought is because it's unfamiliar territory.

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freezing cold night number three.

Kennebec Journal
Ayla Reynolds’ mother and maternal grandparents waited in the Portland area Sunday for any news about the girl.

“It’s just so hard for me to sit back and not do anything,” said Ronald Reynolds of Portland, Ayla’s grandfather. “I’m crawling out of my skin right now. She’s the apple of my eye.”

The toddler had lived in Portland with her mother and grandmother until mid-October, said Becca Hanson, Ayla’s grandmother. The grandparents, who are not married and have separate addresses, said Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services had removed Ayla from her mother’s care in October. The maternal grandparents criticized the agency, although no details about the action were available Sunday.

Hanson was staying with Ayla’s mother, Trista Reynolds, in a South Portland motel Sunday as the search continued in Waterville.

“This is the worst thing of all because she doesn’t know where her daughter is at,” Hanson said. “I’m hoping that they call us soon and say they found her.”

Hanson said Trista Reynolds was not able to talk to the media. Trista Reynolds also has a 9-month-old son who is living with her at the South Portland motel.

















































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I hope they have searched that house very well. Kids that age can get stuck in some strange places.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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(12-18-2011, 10:55 PM)Maggot Wrote: I hope they have searched that house very well. Kids that age can get stuck in some strange places.

every inch of that tiny house was searched. with dogs.
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The mother Trista Reynolds had Ayla removed from her custody in mid-October, but still has custody of a 9 mo. old son. Haven't any of these girls/women heard of birth control? It's free or very low cost at Planned Parenthood. Take it, use it, and stop having kids like you'd buy a new cell phone.

It is very easy to adopt out a blonde blue-eyed baby. Hell, you can find lawyers with clients willing to pay for all medical care, clothing, housing and a stipend for the mother while pregnant. If these girls/young women can't take care of these children and insist on becoming pregnant, why don't they put them up for adoption?

Jumping off my soapbox, sorry for the rant.
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(12-19-2011, 02:19 AM)Cheyne Wrote: Haven't any of these girls/women heard of birth control? It's free or very low cost at Planned Parenthood. Take it, use it, and stop having kids like you'd buy a new cell phone.

even without planned parenthood, my shit only costs $20 a month and you know bitches spend more than that on their nails
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nothing on finding baby in news this morning as of 0700.

i want to know if parents and the other people in the house that night have submitted to polygraphs.

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Dec. 19, 2011

The mother of the Maine baby who went missing from her crib revealed she had filed to receive full custody of the girl just prior to her disappearance from her father's home.

Trista Reynolds says she filed paperwork Thursday to receive full custody of her daughter Ayla Bell Reynolds -- one day before the tot went missing -- but says she had not told the girl's father.

"Her father had no idea. He didn't know I went to file … he'll know now, but I never told him and no one told him," she said.

Justin DiPietro lives separately from Trista Reynolds, who according to police has no permanent address, and the two share custody of their daughter. Trista Reynolds, says she has not spoken to him since their daughter disappeared.

"I've had no contact with him; he's had no contact with me. All I know is he's the last man to see my daughter," she said. "He helped out, he would take care of her until I was on my feet, but we've been unable to get along and parent together the last few weeks."


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the mother on GMA monday:

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