Waterville, Winslow -
Seven months to the day toddler Ayla Reynolds went missing, divers with the State Police and Warden Service spent the day back in the Kennebec River in a search for her.
State police spokesman Steve McCausland says "nothing substantial" was found in the dive.
The search was concentrated below the Brookfield dam in Waterville-Winslow, with 13 divers working the area.
Police with 9 dogs also combed the banks of the river where the water was lowered.
State police spokesman Steve McCausland says the search had been planned for three weeks, and the timing - seven months since she went missing - was coincidental.
Police have already said they don't expect Ayla to be found alive.
"Nothing substantial was located today," McCausland said. "This is not the end. We'll continue to look, we'll continue to search, we'll continue to dive and we'll continue to look for Ayla Reynolds."
Several searches of the Kennebec and other Waterville-area waterways have taken place.
The area searched today had not yet been checked and McCausland says it needed to be eliminated as a site.
Ayla was reported missing by her father on December 17. He told police that he put her to bed the night before and discovered her missing the next morning.
Police say there's no evidence to indicate she was kidnapped.
Divers, Dogs Searching for Ayla Reynolds