Police Meet with Parents of Baby Lisa

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police say that detectives met with the parents of missing child Lisa Irwin and their attorney on Thursday for the first time in weeks, but that there aren’t any new breakthroughs in the case.

“Today, detectives met with the parents of Lisa Irwin and their attorney. Detectives did not learn anything significant but are hopeful there will be more meetings in the future,” said Kansas City Missouri Police in a statement, adding that no details of the meeting will be released.

According to John Picerno, the local attorney for Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, the meeting lasted around 90 minutes and was “productive.” He told FOX 4 that there were both KCPD officers and an FBI agent at the meeting.

The now-one-year-old girl disappeared from her crib in her parents Northland home nearly four months ago. Police say that the investigation into her disappearance continues, but that the leads in the case have nearly dried up.

The search for answers in the child’s disappearance have brought out volunteers to help with the search to psychics. There is a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the child’s whereabouts.

The meeting comes on the eve of the family’s appearance on nationally-syndicated “The Dr. Phil Show.”

According to private investigator and Irwin family consultant Bill Stanton, there will be a press conference on Friday following the program.

FOX 4 was unable to reach the Irwin family for comment.



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