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Tape placed around home of missing Maine toddler

Tape placed around home of missing Maine toddler as search enters 6th day By The Associated Press

WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) ' Investigators have placed tape around the Maine home of a 20-month-old girl who's been missing since last weekend.

WCSH-TV (http://on.wcsh6.com/s6Q9Yp) reports that Assistant Attorney General Bill Stokes and the Maine State Police mobile unit are at Ayla Reynolds' home in Waterville.

WCSH also says cadaver dogs are searching an area in the woods near the Waterville airport.



The developments come as the search for Ayla entered its sixth day. Police say they have received more than 160 tips from the public.

Ayla's father, Justin DePietro, says he put her to bed Friday night. He called police to report her missing the next morning.

Police plan a news briefing at 2 p.m.


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