Lisa Irwin Missing: Parents of 10-Month-Old Girl Not Cooperating With Police?

The parents of little Lisa Irwin are reportedly no longer cooperating with investigators as a massive search continues for the 10-month-old Kansas City girl who has been missing since Monday.

No new leads have been found in the desperate search for Lisa, who was last seen when she was put to bed by her mother, Deborah Bradley, around 10:30 p.m. Monday evening.

According to investigators, the child's father, Jeremy Irwin, discovered her missing when he returned home from work at about 4 a.m. local time Tuesday.

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The parents gave an interview to ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday, where they asked for the return of their little girl. A crying Bradley said, "We just want our baby back. Please bring her home. Our two other boys are waiting for her."

Lisa's father also pleaded, "On Monday night or Tuesday morning, our daughter Lisa was taken from our home and we just urge anyone with any information as to where she is, or who she's with, to please call the tip hotline or the police."

Kansas City Police spokesman Captain Steven Young held a press briefing on Wednesday and said that an Amber Alert was put in place but was canceled 12 hours later due to a technicality, which characterize the search after a number of hours as having loss the sense of urgency.

Young reported that the parents were cooperative with authorities, and made it clear that they were never in custody.

On Thursday, the assessment of the parents had changed when police claimed they had become uncooperative. The parents are reportedly staying with relatives.

According to Reuters, at least 80 police officers and federal agents continued to search through a heavily wooded area behind the home of the missing child on Thursday.

Lisa has blue eyes and blond hair. She is 30 inches tall and weighs between 26 and 30 pounds. More details about her can be found on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's website.

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