The search for missing Maine tot Ayla Reynolds has possibly uncovered new evidence. Detectives acknowledge that items of interest were discovered in the Kennebec River this week, but they aren't clarifying on just what the items are that they found.
Steve McCausland also didn't clarify what type of items were found. The crime lab is currently testing the items pulled from the Kennebec River, so hopefully more details come out in the next few weeks. Unfortunately, it's been so long that Ayla Reynolds vanished, it may be hard to tie any random items to her, unless they found something that specifically connects to the missing tot. For instance, what if police found the pajamas the little girl was allegedly last seen wearingÂ—the ones that say "Daddy's Princess"?
Is there a possibility that the "items" found this week could be human remains? It's a theory like any other, but it seems unlikely that detectives wouldn't acknowledge something like that.
Hopefully closure is close for the mother of this missing child.
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