Have you possibly seen 10-month-old blue-eyed baby Lisa?
She was snatched from her crib at 4 a.m. early Tuesday morning. Now watch her parents publicly plead with her kidnapper to anonymously drop her off at a safe place. Lisa Irwin‘s parents Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley of Kansas City, MO speak out for the first time in an emotional video pleading for their daughter’s safe return. “We just want our baby back,” said Deborah, as she cried and trembled while holding closely Lisa’s favorite Barney stuffed animal.
The heartfelt news of the kidnapping of baby Lisa on Monday night is a story that brings sadness to us all. The deeply anguished parents Jeremy and Deborah desperately search for their daughter after she was allegedly taken from her crib in their home.
Deborah says she put Lisa to sleep in her crib around 10:30 p.m. and when the father returned home at 4 a.m. after his night shift as an electrician, baby Lisa was nowhere to be found. Jeremy claims the front door of the home was unlocked, and along with their daughter, three cell phones were taken from the home.
After a thorough investigation, police have almost nothing to go off. Investigators found a window without a screen in the bedroom showing signs of a possible break in, which could be where a kidnapper entered and exited the house. A neighbor claims to have seen someone walking down the street at night with a baby in a diaper. Numerous other tips have been called in to the police but have led to dead ends for the investigation.
At this point in time, the police have no suspects or leads.”We are interviewing family and friends just to eliminate everyone’s that close to the family as suspects,” said Officer Darin Snapp.
Watch the clip of Jeremy and Deborah reaching out to the community for help in getting their baby girl back.
We pray for Lisa’s quick and safe return home!