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Ayla Bell Reynolds

Ayla Bell Reynolds – December 16, 2011 – Waterville, Maine (Kennebec County)

Alya, 18 months, was last seen at her father’s home on December 16, 2011 where she had been staying for a few weeks while her mother, Trista Reynolds, completed rehab. Her left arm was in a sling. It was reported that Ayla was last seen wearing green pajamas with polka-dots and “Daddy’s Princess” written on the front.

Those reported to being in the home on the night missing was her father, Justin DiPietro, his girlfriend, Courtney Roberts and child, and sister, Elisha DiPietro and child. The paternal grandmother was away for the night.

Police press conferences have ruled the child missing under suspicious circumstances with foul play involved. It has also been reported that blood was found in the home in the area of the father’s bedroom, downstairs. Ayla was reported to have been put to bed in a bedroom upstairs, alone, while the father, his girlfriend and child were asleep downstairs. In another bedroom upstairs was the aunt and her child. River searches and land searches have been conducted and ongoing. A reward of $30,000 was offered shortly after the disappearance of the child and was ongoing until June 30, 2012 when it was no longer offered.

Missing: Ayla Bell Reynolds
Case: Missing/Possible Foul Play
Nickname: “Buggy”
Missing From: Waterville, ME
Missing Date: December 16, 2011
Race: White Sex: Female
Age at Time Missing: 1 year old
Height: 33″
Weight: 30 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Other: Arm in sling
NCMEC Case Number: 1176415
NamUs Case # 14950

Police Contact:
Waterville Police Department
Detective Lincoln Ryder
207-680-4700
Email: lryder@waterville-me.gov
Case number: 11WAT-1669-0F
Date reported: December 17, 2011

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Ayla Bell Reynolds – December 16, 2011 – Waterville, Maine (Kennebec County)

Alya, 18 months, was last seen at her father’s home on December 16, 2011 where she had been staying for a few weeks while her mother, Trista Reynolds, completed rehab. Her left arm was in a sling. It was reported that Ayla was last seen wearing green pajamas with polka-dots and “Daddy’s Princess” written on the front.

Those reported to being in the home on the night missing was her father, Justin DiPietro, his girlfriend, Courtney Roberts and child, and sister, Elisha DiPietro and child. The paternal grandmother was away for the night.

Police press conferences have ruled the child missing under suspicious circumstances with foul play involved. It has also been reported that blood was found in the home in the area of the father’s bedroom, downstairs. Ayla was reported to have been put to bed in a bedroom upstairs, alone, while the father, his girlfriend and child were asleep downstairs. In another bedroom upstairs was the aunt and her child. River searches and land searches have been conducted and ongoing. A reward of $30,000 was offered shortly after the disappearance of the child and was ongoing until June 30, 2012 when it was no longer offered.

Missing: Ayla Bell Reynolds
Case: Missing/Possible Foul Play
Nickname: “Buggy”
Missing From: Waterville, ME
Missing Date: December 16, 2011
Race: White Sex: Female
Age at Time Missing: 1 year old
Height: 33″
Weight: 30 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Other: Arm in sling
NCMEC Case Number: 1176415
NamUs Case # 14950

Police Contact:
Waterville Police Department
Detective Lincoln Ryder
207-680-4700
Email: lryder@waterville-me.gov
Case number: 11WAT-1669-0F
Date reported: December 17, 2011

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www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/14950/

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Roger Day

Roger Day was last seen at his residence in Porter, Maine on October 4, 1973. He said he wanted to go to the Fryeburg Fair, but it’s unclear whether he ever arrived there. He has never been heard from again. Few details are available in his case.
Age last seen: 14 years old
Age in 2015: 56 years old
Race White
Sex Male
Height (inches) 67.0
Weight (pounds) 130.0
Brown Hair, Hazel Eyes

Middle finger tip on unknown hand had been smashed flat in an accident.

If you have information, please contact the Maine State Police:
Detective Chris Farley
Phone 207-657-3030
Websitewww.maine.gov/dps/msp/index.shtml
Case number SP12-072441

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MEDIA REPORT: 2013
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Family still searching for answers 40 years after boy went missing on his way to the Fryeburg Fair

By Daymond Steer

FRYEBURG – The family of the boy who went missing on his way to the 1973 Fryeburg Fair is still looking for answers on the 40th anniversary of his disappearance. Roger Day’s sister says at the time authorities assumed her brother would wander back.

Roger Merton Day, then 14, went missing Oct. 4 1973 from Porter, Maine. He’s described in an online missing person report, on ForTheLost.org, as a white male with brown hair and hazel eyes. Day has a middle finger tip that was smashed in an accident. Day was last seen wearing a denim jacket, jeans, a purple sweatshirt and sneakers.
Beth Day, Roger’s younger sibling, contacted The Conway Daily Sun. Beth Day, who is about four years younger than Roger, also has a brother and a sister who are a few years older than Roger. Her father, Merton Day, has passed away, but their mother, Anne Day, is still alive.
“This is the 40th anniversary of his disappearance so we thought maybe just to put something out there would spark a memory,” said Beth Day who was about 10 years old when Roger vanished. “We’re all in this together.”
Roger went missing long before a child’s disappearance would create an AMBER Alert as they do in today in child abduction cases. The AMBER alert system is a “partnership” between law enforcement, the media, transportation agencies and wireless companies.
“It was basically kind of like, ‘He’s a boy, he’s 14, they do this kind of thing, he’ll show up,'” said Beth Day explaining the conventional wisdom of the time. “I don’t even think my parents could file a missing persons’ report for about a week or so at that point in time. Things were just different then. It wasn’t considered a big deal.”
Beth Day recalls about a week after the disappearance the police took it seriously and a detective began getting involved. She recalls that both her father and the detective did a lot of leg work. Merton Day would look for his son at the fair every year until his older years.
Detectives with the Maine State Police have been working the case in recent years, according entries in Maine State Police Major Crime Unit-South’s weekly highlights log which is posted online.
“Detectives Farley, Keaten and Hainey conducted a final search of a basement in Porter to follow up on the Roger Day missing person’s case from 1973,” states the log. “Nothing further was found in the basement and the investigation continues. Detectives conducted interviews with family members and updated them on the case status.”
Another entry says detectives and Oxford County Sheriff’s deputies did some investigation on the case in late December of last year. That entry said Day went missing from the fair at the age of 15.
“There’s been no news,” said Beth Day. “It’s the same as it has been. Nothing has come up.”
Beth Day grew up in Porter but now lives in New Hampshire. She declined to identify where she is living now other than to say she’s not in Conway.
Beth Day doesn’t have any police records from the time. She said the detective working Roger Day’s case retired around the time when police files became digitized onto computers. Apparently, Roger Day’s case was lost in the shuffle to some degree, said Beth Day.
She described him as having “auburny” red hair and an average build. Beth Day doesn’t recall how tall he was.
According to Beth Day, Roger Day told their siblings he was going to skip school and attend the fair.
“We never saw or heard from him since that day,” said Beth Day.
When asked if he was prone to skipping school or had a love for the fair, Beth Day said they had family members who went to the fair for oxen pulls. Playing hooky wasn’t unusual for a teen to do.
“It was something kids did on a more regular basis,” said Day. “They would skip school and head up to the fair if they had half a chance, which probably they probably still do today. I’m not saying he’s an angel but he wasn’t a kid that was in trouble before this.”
Beth Day said their mother seems to think that Roger was a “homebody.”
When asked if there’s a message that she has for Roger, it’s that the family wants contact with him.
“Let us know if you’re out there,” said Beth Day to her brother.
A supervisor with the southern Maine Major Crimes Unit did not return calls for comment at press time.
Anyone with information on this case can call the Maine State Police in Gray at 800-228-0857.
Link: www.conwaydailysun.com/newsx/local-news/109334-gone-without-a-trace-boy-missing-from-fryeburg-fai…

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Jason D. Reil

Jason D. Reil – January 12, 2012 – Brunswick, ME
Missing: Jason D. Reil
Case: Vulnerable Missing
Nickname: Unknown
Missing From: Brunswick, Maine
Missing Date: January 12, 2012
Race: White Sex: Male
Age at Time Missing: 33
Height: 6′
Weight: 170 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown (shaved at time missing)
Eye Color: Blue
Tattoos: Dragon tattoo on left arm.
Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks: Scar on right eyebrow, wrists
Other: Jason is known to wear khaki trousers, dark blue or grey pullover hoodies, and would be wearing leather shoes.
Smokes cigarettes. He keeps his head closely shaven, and sometimes has a goatee. Jason suffers from Schizophrenia and is without needed medication.

Police Agency: Brunswick Police Department; Det. Cutliffe, (207) 725-6623 ext.163
Case Number: #12 155-76-OF

Circumstance: Jason went missing from his apartment the morning of January 12, 2012. He suffers from schizophrenia and his family says he left home without his medication, glasses, house keys, and cellphone. He used his debit card at a Rite Aid Store in Brunswick on January, 18, 2012. As of August 23, 2012 Jason has not been located and is still missing without any sightings since January 18, 2012.

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Russell Burnett

Russell Burnett was last seen at approximately 7:00 am on February 21st after leaving a residence on the Eastbrook Rd in Franklin. Friends and family reported Mr. Burnett missing after he had not been seen or heard from for nearly 48 hours. Mr. Burnett may be suffering from an illness.

Mr. Burnett is 5’07” weighing 150lbs with hazel eyes and, although his head is shaved, would have blonde hair.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office at 207-667-7575 or by using the Anonymous Tip Line, 207-667-1401.

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Scott Milliken

AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Police in Augusta are asking the public for assistance in locating a 54-year-old man. Scott Milliken was last seen around 8 p.m. on March 2 when he never showed up to a meeting with his friend, police were told. Police said Milliken’s cell phone and other personal items were left behind at his residence on Water Street. Detectives spoke with friends and relatives, but Milliken’s location as of late afternoon on March 13 was still unknown. If anyone has information about Milliken’s whereabouts you are encouraged to contact Det. Tori Tracy at 626-2370 at extension 3437.

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Donald DuPerre

Augusta PD is attempting to locate 72 year old Donald DuPerre who walked off from his residence on Boothby Street at approx 9am today. He is experiencing the early stages of dementia, is not from the area and does not know anyone besides his sister. He may be attempting to get a flight back to Florida. He was carrying two green, vinyl suitcases and wearing a blue, lightweight coat, blue “Trump” baseball cap, blue jeans and tan sneakers. He is believed to be on foot. If located or you have seen him, please call the Augusta PD at 207-626-2370 for Officer Whitten. Thank you for your assistance.