Ayla Reynolds update: Divers search river a second time for missing Maine toddler
(CBS/AP) WATERVILLE, Maine - Divers from the Maine Warden Service and State Police are back in the Kennebec River as they continue to investigate the disappearance of missing toddler Ayla Reynolds.
Maine Department of Safety spokesman Steve McCausland says divers searching for the little girl wanted to go over the area that was searched on Jan. 11 for a second time.
Ayla was 20-months-old when she was reported missing from her father's Waterville home on Dec. 17, and her disappearance has been declared a crime.
Over the weekend, state police said the father and two other adults who were in the home before Ayla went missing know more than they're telling investigators. Police confirmed Ayla's blood was found in the partially finished basement that DiPietro used as his bedroom.
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