The mother of missing Maine tot Ayla Reynolds made a heartbreaking plea with the public for any information that may be helpful in finding out what happened to her daughter. It should be noted, as well, that the paternal family of this little girl have refused to have a part in this latest plea for information with the media. In fact, Justin DiPietro outright refused to contact or answer to the contact made by sources that spoke with Trista Reynolds.
Trista Reynolds claims to be having trouble sleeping and eating as the case of her missing daughter remains unsolved. Ayla Reynolds vanished in December of 2011 when she was just 20 months old. She would now be two years old but it's unlikely that she ever saw that day much less celebrated it in the presence of those who love her. It's undoubtedly tough for the mother of this missing child to be so helpless while those who have the answers to the questions reeling through her mind are being completely uncooperative.
The maternal grandfather of the missing child had something to say regarding the silence coming from the DiPietro side:
"Just to watch this family go through what we go through every day, there's a lot of pain. Isn't enough enough? If something did happen that night, why can't somebody come out and say something?"
That question has been asked through the media time and time again and it doesn't seem like the DiPietro camp aren't going to change their tunes any time soon. Hopefully the evidence obtained by divers recently comes back with positive leads that, at the least, put some pressure on those who know more than they've told police.
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