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    GALLERY: Ayla Reynolds, 5th Anniversary - Portland Press Herald file photo by Gordon Chibroski | of | Share this photo

    Justin DiPietro, father to Trista Reynolds' daughter, Ayla, who is missing and presumed dead, talks to his attorney, Gerard Conley Jr., on Sept. 25, 2013, prior to appearing before the judge in court on an assault charge that was reduced via plea bargain to a lesser charge.

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    A picture of Ayla Reynolds sits among a shrine of teddy bears in December 2013 on the steps of the Waterville City Hall during a vigil for the missing toddler at Castonguay Square in downtown Waterville.

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    State police Det. Sgt. Jeff Love is seen in December 2014 with the files of the Ayla Reynolds case at his barracks in Augusta. Love is overseeing the investigation into the disappearance of the then-20-month-old toddler from Waterville, who was last seen on Dec. 17, 2011.

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    Trista Reynolds, mother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, holds a picture of her daughter in 2014 at the Colby Circle College Avenue intersection in Waterville.

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    Ayla Reynolds' mother, Trista Reynolds, right, and her friends, including Ashley Pouliot, left, listen to a song written for Ayla by musician Alan Pouliot, from Fairfield, on April 4, 2012, during a rally on Ayla's second birthday in Portland's Monument Square. Ayla has been missing since Dec. 17, 2011.

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    GALLERY: Ayla Reynolds, 5th Anniversary - Staff file photo by David Leaming Maine State Police Detective Christopher Tupper, left, and Waterville police Detective Lincoln Ryder, right, question Justin DiPietro after he arrived at his home in December 2011 on Violette Ave. in Waterville, as an extensive search was underway at his home and in the neighborhood for his 20-month-old daughter, Ayla Reynolds. Ayla has been missing since Dec. 17, 2011. | of | Share this photo

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    A poster bearing the image of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds was one of many signs displayed in 2014 at a demonstration at the Police Department in Waterville.

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