Baby Lisa Irwin: Mysterious Man Seen With Naked Baby on Night of Disappearance

Three witnesses have come forward claiming to have seen a man carrying a naked baby on the night that baby Lisa Irwin went missing from her crib at her parent’s home in Kansas City, Missouri.

A couple claim to have seen a man in a T-shirt walking with a child with no clothes on at around 12.15 a.m. on Oct. 4, four hours after Lisa’s mother Deborah Bradley claimed to have put her down to bed. At 4 a.m., another witness said he saw a man walking along an intersection carrying a naked baby three miles from the house, according to ABC News.

Another witness Mike Thompson also said he saw a man carrying a baby about three miles from the house, just four hours after the first sighting.

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“It was about 4 o'clock in the morning, 45 degrees, baby didn't have a blanket or coat or nothing, and this guy's walking down the street,” he told ABC News.

“I thought it was kind of weird.”

An unnamed woman revealed what she saw with her husband. “It was shocking because I couldn't imagine anyone outside walking with their baby in the cold like that with no clothes on,” she said.

“The parts of the body we seen, it didn't look like the baby had any clothing at all, just a diaper.”

The man was described as being completely calm by all three witnesses. The couple reported their sighting to the police on the morning they saw the man and have already been interviewed four times by authorities. The police have completed a search of the home where the baby went missing.

Kansas City authorities are still clueless as to what happened to Baby Lisa, who disappeared from her crib after her mother put her to bed at 10.30 p.m. on Oct 3. But later when the baby’s father Jeremy returned from work and checked on the baby, she was gone. Lisa’s parents claim someone crawled through the window and snatched the baby.

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