Maine Hunters Being Asked to Remember Ayla When They Are In The Woods
As hunting season in Maine is getting closer many hope that those out in the wood will stay alert for any clues about what happened to Ayla Reynolds. It has been 10 months since the Waterville girl disappeared from her father's house.
The state police said there is nothing new in the case, but it remains very active and evidence processing continues at the state crime lab in Augusta. Because of hunting season, volunteers have started distributing the posters from Saco to Caribou to remind and alert those in the woods just to keep an eye out for anything significant. There is a long history of hunters in Maine recovering missing persons and finding clues to crimes. SO if you are out hunting and find something that might really be important give the Maine State Police a call at 624-7076.