Is it dangerous for children in the home from which Ayla Reynolds vanished? One source has put together a detailed rundown of the facts in this case, as well as some things that never quite managed to make it to the headlines. Upon looking at the known details and the backgrounds of the people involved in the DiPietro home, perhaps it's not over-the-top to be fearful for the other child living in the home.
Read here to have a look at some of the known details in this case. The disappearance of Ayla Reynolds appears to be surrounded by foul play, and not an abduction. Police on the case have already acknowledged that someone in the DiPietro home knows more about that night than was told to detectives. So why is there a small child in the home if this is the case?
New billboards are going up around the northeastern states thanks to the group "Lost-n-Missing," which is a fantastic group that has lent their helping hands all over the nation for families of missing persons. The billboards are currently up in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, but the organization wants them up in Boston and New Hampshire as well. Shouldn't they also go up in Maine? With the billboards going up around this region of the United States, it's hopeful that someone may recognize the baby if she's being kept somewhere, alive.
However, to be completely speculative about this: It truly doesn't seem like Ayla is here anymore. The given details in this case and the facts released by law enforcement point to something entirely different. Nonetheless, the billboards are a great idea in keeping awareness high about this missing child.
Where is Ayla Reynolds?
It's sad that this case is starting to turn out like the disappearance of Lisa Irwin. The missing Maine tot has been gone since December of 2011 and it's now approaching mid-February of 2012. Thankfully, there are still leads pouring in from all over the country, including from psychics. This source says that around 100 tips have come in from self-proclaimed psychics, but are police paying attention to what they're saying?
Although psychics don't necessarily "solve" crimes, they have and can lend insight to cases, and when it comes to a missing person you don't want to leave any stones unturned, right? Hopefully all of these tips coming in can somehow lead investigators to Ayla, whether she is alive or dead.
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