A witness in the baby Lisa Irwin case has reportedly identified a family neighbor in a photo lineup.
The neighbor is thought to be the husband of Samantha Brando, who was drinking with baby Lisa’s mother Deborah on the night of the disappearance. However, the neighbor has an alibi for the night and has also passed a polygraph test.
Three witnesses have reported seeing a man carrying a baby three miles from the Irwin home on the night that baby Lisa disappeared.
One witness, who had reported that he saw a man at an intersection holding a baby with a diaper, told Examiner.com that the man appeared to have “salt and pepper” color hair.
Mike Thompson said he saw the man wearing a T-shirt and white pants at 4.10 a.m. walking near the intersection on the night of the disappearance.
The case of Baby Lisa has been in the spotlight since she mysteriously disappeared from her Kansas City home on Oct. 4.
Parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin reported their daughter missing on the evening of Oct. 4 after Irwin returned home from work and found her crib empty with no sign of baby Lisa.
Her mother admitted falling asleep drunk on the night her daughter went missing.
Jeremy Irwin worked a night shift as an electrician to help support his family, and did not return home until around 4 a.m. when he realized Lisa was not in her crib.
Investigators have searched the neighborhood, woods, and ponds but have found no substantial leads.
The case is still being considered a missing person’s case and not a murder case by the police.