Leads Tapering Off In KC Baby Disappearance

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Kansas City police say tips have tapered off in the disappearance of a baby reported missing from her Kansas City home six months ago.

Lisa Irwin was 10-months old when she was reported missing Oct. 4. Lisa's parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, have said they believe a stranger broke into their house and kidnapped their daughter as Bradley slept.

Police Capt. Steve Young said that the case remains classified as a missing or abducted child but that tips in the case have dwindled. A $100,000 reward is still available to anyone with information that returns the child.

Young also said detectives last met with the parents on Feb. 2 before they taped a national television interview, but he said police didn't learn anything significant.


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