Aisha Mariah Dickson was just 8 months old when she died on Jan. 6, 1995, after someone broke nearly every bone in her 11-pound body.

At the time, her parents, Sarah Johnson and DeShawn Dickson, and grandmother June Johnson denied knowing anything about her death. They had been living together at an apartment in Bangor.

Twenty years later, no one has been charged in connection with the brutal homicide, which Bangor police say remains under investigation, despite the passage of time. “This is not an evidence-based case — it’s a people case,” Bangor police Sgt. Tim Cotton said Monday. “It’s a case where somebody needs to talk to us.”

With only the three adults in the home and no one talking, police were left with little to work with...

Aisha’s grandmother moved back to her native Honduras shortly after Aisha’s death. Her mother, Sarah Johnson, and father, DeShawn Dickson, left for Lewiston not long after and remain there today. The couple went on to have two more children. The state took custody of both children and they were adopted.