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One year anniversary of Ayla Reynolds disappearance
Date: 12/15/2012 Album ID: 1582800
Photos by Michael G. Seamans & David Leaming
Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans
Waterville Police Chief, Joseph Massey  answers questions from media about the ongoing investigation in to the search for missing toddler, Ayla Reynolds during a news conference at the Forum in downtown Waterville Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.
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Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans
Detective Jeffrey Love, with the Maine State Police, answers questions from media about the ongoing investigation in to the search for missing toddler, Ayla Reynolds during a news conference at the Forum in downtown Waterville Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.
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Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland answers questions from media about the ongoing investigation in to the search for missing toddler, Ayla Reynolds during a news conference at the Forum in downtown Waterville Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.
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STILL MISSED: Central Maine Motors Auto Group employees attach a large poster on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 outside the Waterville dealership. The sign has a photo of missing Ayla Reynolds and information on where to call regarding her nearly one-year disappearance from her home in Waterville. Jon Condon, left, and Cory Bates work at right and Jon Saporita in behind sign.
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