MISSING IN MAINE …
20 month old Ayla Reynolds has been missing since Saturday morning, December 17, 2011 in Waterville, Maine. Ayla was last seen sleeping in her bed at about 10 PM Friday night. Her father, Justin Dipietro, reported her missing Saturday morning when he said he found an empty bed. Waterville police believe that it is possible that Ayla Reynolds let herself out of the house and simply walked away. Or the child was abducted.
Missing: Ayla Reynolds
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.
Presently police are conducting searches for the missing toddler. The investigation into the disappearance of Ayla Reynolds involves local police, state police, wardens and the FBI. So far no AMBER Alert has been issued as authorities state that the case does not meet the criteria. How insane, any missing child case should be an AMBER ALERT!
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Note: The missing toddlers parents do not live together. Ayla lives with her father, Justin Dipietro, aand her mother, Trista Reynolds, lives in Portland , although she does not have a permanent address.
If you have any information on where she might be, you are asked to call Waterville Police at 207-680-4700.
- AYLA REYNOLDS
- Case Type: Endangered Missing
- Missing Date: Dec 16, 2011
- DOB: Apr 4, 2010
- Sex: Female
- Race: White
- Age Now: 1
- Height: 2’9″ (84 cm)
- Weight: 30 lbs (14 kg)
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Blue
- Missing City: WATERVILLE
- Missing State : ME
- Missing Country: United States
- Case Number: NCMC1185956
UPDATE I: News conference Sunday afternoon (VIDEO)
Police Chief Joseph Massey said investigators have talked with Ayla Reynolds’ parents and extended family members, and that everyone is cooperating with the investigation.
It is hard to believe that if the child just wandered off that she would not have been found. How far could a 20 month old get in the time she was missing?