Kimberly Moreau, 17 when she disappeared, is one of six children reporting missing in the state since 1971 who have not been found. Moreau was reported missing May 11, 1986, from Jay.

She was last seen leaving her house with an unknown person driving a late-model white Trans-Am car. She was wearing a white blouse, blue jeans, white high-top sneakers and a men’s class ring engraved with “Mike ’87” and “Mike Staples.” She had a surgical scar on her back.

• Ayla Reynolds, 20 months, disappeared overnight from her father’s house at 29 Violette Ave. in Waterville. She was reported missing the morning of Dec. 17, 2011. She was wearing one-piece pajamas with the word “Daddy’s Princess” on the front and her left arm was in a cast. The case has been called the biggest law enforcement effort in the state’s history and it’s still considered an active criminal investigation.

• Bernard Ross, 18, was reported missing from Ashland on May 12, 1977. He drove off in his aunt’s pickup truck in Presque Isle. The truck was later found, but he wasn’t.

• Kurt Ronald Newton, of Manchester, was 4 when he disappeared Sept. 1, 1975, from a campsite at Chain of Ponds in Eustis. He was camping with his family and was last seen riding a Big Wheel tricycle. The tricycle was found near a campground dump area.

• Cathy Marie Moulton, of Portland, was 16 when she was reported missing Sept. 24, 1971. She was last seen in downtown Portland, wearing a navy blue all-weather coat, navy blue pants and brown leather shoes.

• Douglas Charles Chapman was reported missing on June 2, 1971, in Alfred. He was 3 years old at the time and was last seen playing in a sandbox in his front yard.

Information from National Center for Missing & Exploited Children website ( and published reports.

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