The mother of missing tot Ayla Reynolds says that some of the items found in the Kennebec River are not related to the child's case. However, police are refusing to comment and either confirm or deny Trista's claims. She says that a detective got in touch with her earlier this month to tell her that some of the items are not related, but he would not clarify on what the items were.
Nonetheless, there is still other evidence that has been taken from the same area, could it be connected? The ambiguous use of the word "some" seems to add more confusion to this case. The fact that the detectives are refusing to confirm or deny Trista Reynolds' claims is also confusing, and perplexing to say the least. Meanwhile, Ayla Reynolds is still missing and there doesn't appear to be much hope in finding her after so many months into her disappearance.
And, to no surprise, Justin DiPietro wasn't available for comment.
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