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    Morning Sentinel file photo by Michael G. Seamans Maine State Police taped off the residence where 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds was last seen on Friday night as investigators and searchers continued to look for the missing toddler on the following Thursday in December 2011.

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    Morning Sentinel file photo by Michael G. Seamans Phoebe DiPietro, grandmother of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, is comforted by an unidentified woman during a vigil for Ayla Reynolds at Castonguay Square in downtown Waterville in December 2013.

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    Morning Sentinel file photo by Michael G. Seamans A poster with the image of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds was one of many signs on hand at a demonstration at the police department in Waterville in January 2014.

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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 Avenue in Waterville on the Sunday following her disappearance on Friday in December 2011. An extensive search was underway at his home and the neighborhood for his 20-month-old daughter Ayla Reynolds.

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    Justin DiPietro, father of Ayla Reynolds, who is missing and presumed dead, talks to his attorney, Gerard Conley Jr., on Sept. 25, 2013, prior to appearing before a judge on an assault charge that was plea bargained to a lesser charge.

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    A rally in support of Ayla Reynolds was held April 4, 2012, in Portland's Monument Square on her second birthday. Ayla's mother, Trista Reynolds, right, and her friends, including Ashley Pouliot, left, listen to a song written for Ayla by musician Alan Pouliot of Fairfield. At the time, Ayla Reynolds had been missing for more than three months.

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    State Police Det. Sgt. Jeff Love on Dec. 10, 2014, with the files of the Ayla Reynolds case at his barracks in Augusta. Love oversees the investigation into the 20-month-old toddler from Waterville who was last seen on Dec. 17, 2011.

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    Trista Reynolds, left, and Justin DePietro, right, speak on the steps of City Hall during a vigil in Castonguay Square in Waterville for their missing toddler, Ayla Reynolds, in January 2012.

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