Demonstrators demand action in Ayla Reynolds case

10:19 PM, Jan 25, 2014   |    comments
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WATERVILLE, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- "I want to see arrests made. I want closure for Ayla." The mother of missing 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds and her supporters are calling on police to take action on the case.

"I want them to do their job. I want closure. I want answers."

Ayla was reported missing on December 17, 2011.

The girl's father Justin Dipietro told investigators he last saw the little girl the night before when he put her to bed.

"I think it's time for answers," says Ashley Pouliot. "It's been 2 years too long."

There have been no arrests in the child's disappearance though Police say they do not believe Ayla is still alive.

On Saturday, Reynolds and her supporters rallied outside of the Waterville Police Department with Ayla's photo. Chanting the words: "no justice; no peace."

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