Baby Lisa’s Disappearance Continues to Stump Police Six Months Later

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Six months after baby Lisa was reported missing, police are no closer to solving the mystery of her disappearance. And her parents, Jeremy Irwin and Debroah Bradley, have not met with law enforcement since the day before their national appearance on the Dr. Phil show February 3, 2012.

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Kansas City Missouri Police Sgt. Sondra Zink said police have not requested an interview with Lisa’s parents since they retained an attorney, however Deborah Bradley has been in contact with police on “a few occasions” to provide information, however those leads were not successful in furthering the investigation.

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Zink said to date there have been 1,561 tips in the case. Police have cleared 1,522 of those and continue to investigate the others. Zink said there are four investigators assigned to the case, and as the investigation continues, the amount of tips has greatly decreased. In March there were only 11.

Although tips have dwindled, Kansas City Missouri Police Captain Steve Young said the case remains “active.” In addition, Zink said the case will remain as such until all leads have been closed and there is no new information to investigate.

“Even at the time all avenues to obtain new information have been exhausted, detectives will always be immediately available to respond to anything new that would come in,” Zink said.

When Lisa was reported missing in the early morning hours on Tuesday, Oct. 4, she was 10 months old. Today she would be nearing 17 months. Anybody with information in her disappearance is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.

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