Baby Lisa Irwin Missing: Suspicions Raised as Police Ask Parents to Attend Private Interviews

Investigators Want to Separate Parents to Find Out 'Who Came And Went' The Night of Baby Lisa's Disappearance

Investigators are requesting that the parents of infant Lisa Irwin, who went missing from her Kansas City home on the night of Oct. 4, partake in separate interviews concerning their daughter’s disappearance.

“We need them to sit down apart from each other, with detectives, and answer the tough questions detectives have for them concerning what they may or may not know about anything, who came and went [the night Lisa disappeared]," Kansas City Police Captain Steve Young told

"There's a whole list of things that they may know," he added.

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Although authorities contend that the couple has complied with authorities’ requests, public suspicion began to circulate when Deborah Bradley, mother of Lisa, switched the time she last saw her infant the night she disappeared. Originally saying she put her child down at 10:30 p.m., she then changed her story to say 6:40 p.m.

More concern arose when Bradley told NBC news that she had been drinking heavily on the evening of her child’s disappearance, saying that she had had “enough to be drunk.”

Bradley told NBC she fears being arrested for her baby’s disappearance, because “if they arrest me, people are going to stop looking for her.”

The couple has recently hired a lawyer concerning the case of their missing infant. The two parents told authorities that their 10-month-old baby girl was snatched from her crib on the night of Oct. 4.

Her fiancé and baby Lisa's father Jeremy Irwin was out on a late call doing electrical work for a local Starbucks. When he returned from work roughly around 4 a.m., he reported several lights on, the front door unlocked, three missing cell phones and a tampered screen window.

Bradley’s two sons told authorities they had heard noises in the night.

Local attorney for the Bradley family Cyndy Short told Fox News that Bradley’s two sons, ages 6 and 8, will be re-interviewed by police and will also provide a DNA sample to authorities.

On Monday, footage from a gas station surveillance camera surfaced, showing a man in white exiting a wooded area close to the Bradley home, roughly two hours before Baby Lisa was reported missing on Oct. 4.

Although witnesses have been interviewed in reference to the video, the case now enters its fourth week with no significant leads.

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