Mother of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds wants to take a lie detector test, says she'll share results

Trista Reynolds with her missing daughter, Ayla
Trista Reynolds with her daughterAyla, who's been missing since Dec. 17, 2011

(CBS/WGME/AP) WATERVILLE, Me. - The mother of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds announced Monday that she wants to take a polygraph test and plans to reveal the results to the public, reports CBS affiliate WGME.

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Last week, Reynolds' father, Justin DiPietro, who was taking care of the little girl when she disappeared Dec. 17, took a polygraph test week, but has not shared the results.

Trista Reynolds told the Bangor Daily News that she has been asking police to administer lie detector tests to her and other family members.

"When I go, you best believe I'm going to tell everyone out there the results," said Reynolds.

Community and family members have planned a candlelight vigil for Tuesday evening to mark one-month since  the 21-month-old's disappearance.

Last week, divers searched a half-mile stretch of an icy river without finding any sign of the toddler, who was wearing pajamas with the words " Daddy's Princess" on them and had a cast on her broken left arm before she vanished.

Authorities said they are continuing the investigation.

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