PORTLAND — The mother of a 21-month-old girl who went missing a month ago says she’s arranging with investigators for her and others in her family to take polygraph tests regarding her daughter’s disappearance.

Trista Reynolds told the Bangor Daily News on Monday that she has been offering to take a lie detector test since the day her daughter disappeared.

Ayla Reynolds was reported missing Dec. 17 by her father, Justin DiPietro, who told police she wasn’t in her bed that morning in his Waterville home.

DiPietro last week said he had taken a polygraph test shortly after Ayla disappeared, but neither DiPietro nor police would say what the results were.

Police are continuing their investigation into Ayla’s disappearance.


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