WATERVILLE (AP) — Scores of well-wishers have turned up for a vigil and candlelit walk intended to raise awareness to missing toddler Ayla Reynolds who disappeared a year ago from her father's home in Waterville.
Ayla was 20 months old when she was reported missing the morning of Dec. 17. Police have called it a crime, but there have been no arrests.
About 20 people sang Christmas carols and rang tiny bells Monday evening as they walked along Violette Avenue, where the toddler lived before she disappeared.
The vigil was organized by members of Ayla's Angels, an online group with more than 2,900 followers.
Police said Friday that there are no new developments in the case and they're determined to keep investigating until it's solved.
State police say this is the biggest criminal investigation in Maine's history.