Missing Baby Lisa Irwin's Parents Are Now 'Refusing To Cooperate' With Detectives!

Fri, October 7, 2011 9:32am EDT by 7 Comments

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

Click For More Pics Of Baby Lisa!

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  1. Missing Baby Lisa’s Parents Plea For Her Return!
  2. Baby Lisa Is Kidnapped In Missouri!

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匠 TAKUMI

Posted at 3:00 PM on June 25, 2014  

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zico444

Posted at 10:56 PM on October 10, 2011  

Sad to say, and you do not want to think it, but the parents’ story just does not add up: who breaks into a house looking to steal jewelry, cell phones, etc., finds an unattended baby and thinks “I have always wanted to kidnap a child.” It just does not happen like that.

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am

Posted at 4:48 PM on October 9, 2011  

This happens a lot. The parents are always the first suspects in these cases and a lot of the time the parents pull away from the police when they realise they are suspects. It doesn’t mean they are more likely to have been the ones responsible for their childs disappearance but it does make it more likely they will be charged with an offence if the child doesn’t re-appear. Worst part is that the police will now start pulling resources from the hunt for the child and start directing them towards investigating the parents.

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hmmm

Posted at 7:43 PM on October 7, 2011  

Didn’t the police say a neighbor saw a man carrying a baby with a diaper on down the sidewalk the night she went missing???

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oh dear

Posted at 1:10 PM on October 7, 2011  

fishy, very fishy. was fishy from the beginning! as a parent youd want EVERY ONE to look for your child, especially the police.

so i guess this will be another one of those stories where it turns out a few weeks later that the parents were involved.

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nellie

Posted at 12:42 PM on October 7, 2011  

I always thought from the beginning that they had done something to that baby, this does not come as a shock to me.

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Jen

Posted at 11:08 AM on October 7, 2011  

Those parents are hiding something. I’ll bet the daughter died while in their care and they are trying to cover it up.

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