Missing Baby Lisa Irwin: Police Search Vacant Well in Vain

Firefighters have searched a well at a vacant house in search of missing Baby Lisa Irwin today but found nothing. The well was beneath a backyard deck at a home that has been empty for four years.

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. last Monday. 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.

A day before the well was searched by police, subpoenas by Clay County grand jury were sent to TV stations, which demanded any unedited “footage of any interviews…given by neighbors, family or friends of the family.”

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Baby Lisa’s aunt Ashley Irwin said earlier today that Deborah Irwin, the baby’s mother, is preparing to be arrested by authorities over the disappearance.

Baby Lisa’s aunt Ashley Irwin told ABC News, “They don't have any leads so they just have to pin it on somebody.”

She continued, “Anybody who spends any time with them, you know it's not true - she's genuine - she loves that child. It's her baby … she would never anything to hurt her.

“She doesn't care what happens to her, she doesn't care what people say about her, she doesn't care what people think about her, all she cares about it getting Lisa home.”

According to Bradley, she has failed a polygraph and has been accused of doing something to her child by the police.

However, police told The Kansas City Star that there is no imminent arrest.

“We don’t feel any pressure to accuse anybody,” said Capt. Steve Young, a spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department. “We are under pressure to do what we can to find a child.”

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