During a press conference on Oct. 6, a Kansas City police spokesman relayed that Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley aren’t talking to police!
After Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley desperately plead on national television for the country to help them find their missing 10-month-old daughter Lisa — who was allegedly kidnapped out of her bedroom late in the night on Oct. 3 — the couple is now no longer aiding detectives in the search.
“Tonight, they decided to stop talking to detectives, and I don’t have to illustrate how that affects the investigation,” Kansas City police spokesman Steve Young said at a press conference on Oct. 6 according to the UK’s Daily Mail. “That speaks for itself.”
According to Jeremy and Deborah, Lisa was snatched out of her bedroom from her crib late Monday night/early Tuesday morning. They cried for help on TV stating: “We just want our baby back. Please, bring her home. … Please just drop her off anywhere, please. We don’t care, just somewhere safe where she can come home. Please.”
Four days of scouring has turned up very few leads for police.
- Lauren Nicole
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