Kansas City police said the family hasn’t allowed the boys to be interviewed since Oct. 4, the day Lisa went missing!
Missing baby Lisa Irwin’s two brothers, ages 8 and 5, are going to be re-interviewed because they were in the home the night she disappeared, according to The Kansas City Star. The newspaper reports that Kansas City Police Capt. Steve Young said police detectives will not be conducting the interviews. Instead, a specialist trained in child forensic interviewing will be speaking with the boys.
Police haven’t shared details on what the boys heard or saw the night Lisa vanished or if they heard or saw anything at all.
The investigators plan to also obtain DNA samples from Lisa’s brothers, which a spokesman told The Kansas City Star will primarily be used to obtain elimination samples to compare with any unknown DNA samples obtained during the investigation.
Baby Lisa went missing weeks ago, and there’s still no sign of her. Her mother Deborah Bradley has admitted she was drinking boxed wine that night, and neighbors reported seeing a mysterious man in the area carrying a baby — but police have followed hundreds of leads to no avail.
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