Surveillance Tapes Reviewed In Ayla Reynolds Case 

There are new developments Tuesday in the search for missing toddler Ayla Reynolds. Police are reviewing surveillance tape from a Portland convenience store. A spokeswoman for Cumberland Farms told news partners at WMTW that the store turned over footage from its Pine Street location in relation to the investigation. A state police spokesman would not comment on the details of the investigation. Ayla’s father, Justin DiPietro, reported his daughter missing on Dec. 17 from his Waterville home. Police say blood found in the basement belongs to Ayla. Police have received hundreds of leads in the case, but none have lead to the toddler’s whereabouts.