Police have seized the SUV belonging to missing baby Ayla Reynold's north face jackets for cheap father as the search for the infant continues.
The 20-month-old went missing from her father Justin DiPietro's home in Maine some time between Friday night and Saturday morning.
Police removed two vehicles from the home and they believe one of several adults who were in the house on Friday may have abducted her.
No arrests have been made.The child was wearing a soft cast on a broken arm and green one-piece pyjamas which said 'Daddy's Princess' on the front.The Portland Press Herald reported that police removed a 1996 Ford Explorer with a U.S. Marine Corps sticker on the rear windshield from DiPietro's driveway. Queries: Maine Police question baby Ayla's father Justin DiPeitro (centre) outside his home. Ayla reportedly suffered a broken arm while living with her father after her mother went into rehab
Also taken was a 2002 Hyundai registered to a Portland woman whose name has not buy kids north face coats been released, according to the newspaper.
It was reported yesterday that the missing baby broke her arm after being sent to live with her father while her mother was in rehab being treated for substance abuse.Relatives of Ayla's mother said they were concerned about the girl's safety while she was staying with her father.
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Waterville Police Chief Joseph Massey said: 'We are looking at everything. We don't want to miss anything along the way as we continue on in this investigation.'
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The toddler's maternal grandmother, Becka Hanson, told the Morning Sentinel newspaper it was the Department of Health and Human Services that took custody of the girl and turned her over to DiPietro.
After moving in with her father, the toddler suffered a broken arm, said Raynor, who serves as spokeswoman for the Portland family, which has sought to regain custody of the girl.