• Missing Maine toddler's mom presses investigators


    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The mother of a Maine toddler who's been missing for almost two years says in a television interview that she thinks police have enough evidence to press charges.

    Trista Reynolds tells WCSH-TV that in addition to finding her daughter's blood in the basement of the girl's father's home, investigators found her blood in his room, on his shoes and in his truck.

    Ayla Reynolds was 20 months old when she disappeared from her father's Waterville home in December 2011.

    Trista Reynolds says she plans to unveil more information she's been told by police in hopes of pressuring law enforcement to make an arrest.

    The grieving mom says she knows whatever happened to her daughter may have been an accident, but she still wants justice.

    Law enforcement and the girl's father refused comment.

    (Information in the story is from: WCSH-TV, http://www.wcsh6.com )

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