Ayla Reynolds, a 20-month-old girl who was reported missing Friday when she disappeared from her home in Waterville, Maine, is the subject of an expanded search by local authorities and the FBI, CNN.com reports:
Ayla Reynolds was last seen Friday night by her father when he put her down for bed, Waterville, Maine, Police Chief Joseph Massey said. Ayla's father later reported her missing.
"We'll leave no stone unturned," Massey told reporters Tuesday. "I'm not going to speculate on whether she's alive, or when she'll come home."
He said police have around 75 officers working on the case and have received over 100 tips in a joint probe with the FBI, who is leading the expansion of the case.
The infant is described as having blond hair, being approximately 2 feet, 9 inches tall and weighing 30 pounds.
She was last seen wearing green pajamas with white polka dots and the words "Daddy's Princess" across the front.
Ayla's family is cooperating and police do not have anyone connected to the case in custody, Massey reiterated.