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    Ayla Reynolds Photo Gallery - Staff file photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Justin DePietro, far left, Trista Reynolds, center left, parents of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, release balloons during a vigil in Castonguay Square in Waterville in January 2012. Becca Hanson, right center, mother of Trista Reynolds, and Amanda Benner, far right, friend of Trista Reynolds, also are seen.

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    Authorities clear the Messalonskee Stream of ice under the North Street as they prepare to continue the search for Ayla Reynolds.

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    A rally in support of Ayla Reynolds is held in Portland’s Monument Square on her 2nd birthday, April 4, 2012. Ayla’s mother, Trista Reynolds (right) and her friends, including Ashley Pouliot (left) listen to a song written for Ayla by musician Alan Pouliot, from Fairfield.

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    Maine State Police Detective Christopher Tupper, left, and Waterville Detective Lincoln Ryder, at right, question Justin DiPietro after he arrived at his home on Violette Ave. in Waterville on Dec. 18, 2011, during the beginnings of the search for his 20-month-old daughter, Ayla Reynolds, whom he reported missing the morning before.

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    Waterville and Winslow fire personnel and game wardens conduct an extensive search of yards and outbuildings along Violette Avenue in Waterville and surrounding streets after Ayla Reynolds was reporting missing Dec. 17, 2011.

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    A picture of Ayla Reynolds is surrounded by teddy bears on the steps of the Waterville City Hall during a vigil for the missing toddler in January 2012.

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    Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, said the Supreme Court decision that police must get a warrant to search a suspect’s cellphone won’t change much at the Maine State Police.

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    AYLA REYNOLDS

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    CONTINUING THE INVESTIGATION: Standing in a neighbor’s yard, authorities continue their investigation into the disappearance of Ayla Reynolds on Friday near her home on Violette Avenue in Waterville. Maine State Police have taken the lead in what they now call a criminal investigation.

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    Maine State Police have taped off the residence where 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds was last seen last week as investigators and searchers hunted for the missing toddler on Thursday.

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    THINKING OF AYLA: Tara True, of Winslow, lights candles at the ever-growing teddy bear shrine for missing 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds in front of her home at 29 Violette Ave. in Waterville.

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    IN FAIRFIELD: A small shrine with pictures and teddy bears honoring missing toddler Ayla Reynolds at a gathering in honor of her at VFW Post 6924 on Saturday.

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    Ayla Reynolds Photo Gallery - Maine Sunday Telegram photo by John Ewing | of | Share this photo

    FAMILY: Trista Reynolds, holding her son Raymond Fortier, with her mother Becca Hanson in Portland last week. Raymond turned 1 on Saturday. Reynolds is the mother of Ayla Reynolds, who was reported missing on Dec. 17. Ayla’s second birthday is Wednesday.

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    Dive Warden Robert Johansen, left, helps fellow diver Mike Pierre prepare today for a search of the Kennebec River below the Carter Memorial Bridge. Dive teams from the warden service and state police are searching two areas in Waterville for missing toddler Ayla Reynolds.

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    Tears stream down the face of Justin DiPietro, left, during a candlelight vigil for his missing daughter, Ayla Reynolds, at First Congregational Church in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    A Maine Warden Service boat comes ashore on the Kennebec River near the Hathaway Center in Waterville as three divers prepare to search below the dam for missing toddler Ayla Reynolds today.

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    Maine Warden Service personnel search for signs of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds in the Kennebec River today. They are searching close to shore on the Waterville side below the Hathaway Center.

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    Trista Reynolds is comforted by her father Ron Reynolds after watching a televised press conference where police announced that they do not believe Reynolds' daughter Ayla is still alive.

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    TRYING TO HELP: Participants of the Eyes Open Walk for Baby Ayla travel down Temple Street in downtown Waterville to help keep missing toddler Ayla Reynolds in the news on Saturday.

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    Trista Reynolds, left, shares a hug with stepsister Whitney Reynolds before cutting a cake at an event in support of Ayla Reynolds Wednesday in Portland on Ayla’s second birthday.

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    Trista Reynolds holds her high heeled shoes as she comes back from chasing Justin DiPietro and accusing him of killing Ayla Reynolds outside the Cumberland County Courthouse on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013.

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    Justin DiPietro, father of Ayla Reynolds, who is missing and presumed dead, enters the the Cumberland County Courthouse on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013 with his mother to appear before the judge on an unrelated assault charge.

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    Trista Reynolds, 25, holds a photo of her 20-month-old daughter, Ayla Reynolds, during an interview with the Associated Press in Westbrook, Maine, Tuesday. Reynolds, whose daughter went missing in December of 2011, says she's going to release more information she's been told by investigators in hopes of calling attention to the case and bringing it to a resolution.

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    Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans A candle illuminates a growing teddy bear shrine for missing 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds outside her 29 Violette Ave residence in Waterville on Christmas Day.

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    speaking out: Trista Reynolds, mother of missing toddler Ayla, speaks to the news media Saturday outside the Waterville police station during a Push for Prosecution protest.

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    remember: Trista Reynolds, mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, holds a picture of her daughter at the Colby Circle and College Avenue intersection in Waterville on Saturday.

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