Comments for: Vigil to be held this weekend for Ayla

Posted March 02, 2012, at 11:20 a.m.

WATERVILLE | A vigil for missing Waterville toddler Ayla Reynolds is scheduled for this weekend. The Teddy Bear Vigil will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday at Castonguay Square. Organizers will distribute free bracelets and nightlights. The Morning Sentinel reports that participants are asked to bring donations of teddy bears …

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  • Guest

    When oh when will the truth come out on what happened to Ayla?  I pray that she is found soon, safe and sound. 

    • Anonymous

      I have a gut feeling who did it, will crack against pressure soon, and i think you know who im taking about

  • Thinking and checking daily  for the truth and name the accountable ones.

  • Anonymous

    This has gone on far too long………………..hope someone is brought to face justice very soon……………..

  • Time to find this little girl. Enough is enough.

  • fred flintstone

    I won’t slander anyone by saying that I think she is long dead.  I think that daddy knows why.

  • PaulNotBunyan

    “Police have called her disappearance a crime but no one has been charged.”

    Didn’t the police also say they don’t believe somebody went into that house and abducted her? Didn’t they also say they don’t believe she wandered out of that house? And one other thing I think they said is that they don’t think the 3 adults who were in the house are telling all they know. The police have said enough that I have a pretty good idea what else they would say if they could.

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