Ayla Reynolds case

  • Dad speaks on camera.

    Dad speaks on camera.
    Justin DiPietro spoke on camera for the first time, saying that he would do anything in his power to help find his daughter, Mr DiPietro told the Today show: 'By coming here, it was in hopes of reaching out to the person that does have my daughter to let them know that what they’re doing isn’t right. 'You may think what you’re doing is right for Ayla, but it’s not. You have no right. You’re not her parent. She belongs home with her family.
  • $30,000 Reward

    A $30,000 reward has been offered for any information that leads investigators to 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds. During a news conference Monday, Attorney John Nale announced the reward and made an appeal to anyone who knows where the missing toddler is.
  • Ground searches end.

    The search now has entered its second week. Massey said police are receiving fewer leads in the case and large-scale ground searches for Ayla ended Friday. Time is a critical factor in missing-persons cases, he said, particularly cases involving young children.
  • Crime scene at fathers house.

    Early Monday morning, investigators returned to 29 Violette Ave., the home where Ayla was last seen. A van from the Maine State Police Evidence Response Team was parked in the driveway and several police cars were parked on the street. Evidence tape, which had sealed all doors and windows throughout the weekend, was removed from the side door.
  • Grandfather goes public

    The grandfather of missing baby Ayla Reynolds pleaded with the public to continue to be vigilant in its search for his young granddaughter.