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Maine protesters seek action on missing toddler

About 35 people attended a demonstration Saturday outside the Waterville Police Department to urge law enforcement officials to bring charges in the case of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds.

Trista Reynolds and her family attemded the event in Waterville, where her 22-month-old daughter Ayla was reported missing on Dec. 17, 2011.

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The girl’s father, Justin DiPietro, told investigators that he last saw the youngster the night before, when he put her to bed. Investigators believe the toddler is no longer alive.

Trista Reynolds says that her family has suffered endlessly and that the only consolation is knowing that the person responsible will one day be brought to justice.

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