Missouri police have launched a massive manhunt for a baby girl who vanished from her crib in the middle of the night. "We've exhausted everything we can at the original scene," said a police spokesman. "We've opened up the crime scene and are doing everything we can." A neighbor reported seeing someone walking down the street at night with a baby in a diaper about the time 10-month-old Lisa Irwin vanished. Lisa's mom put her to bed about 10:30 pm, and when her father returned home from work before dawn she was gone, the parents told police.
How sad it is that's the first thing that comes to mind - the mother or father is at fault and corrupt - instead of an immediate wish to offer sympathy.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hours after blue eyed Lisa Irwin was last seen inside her crib, investigators carried out two bags full of what looked like baby items, possibly clothes.
Officers with K9 units and mounted patrol returned to the family's home around 7 Tuesday night.
They took the two bags of evidence and then left.
Neighbors said they are shocked that almost 24 hours after the 10-month-old was last seen, they have not found her.
Kansas City, Missouri: The FBI is searching for 10-month-old Lisa Irwin who was last seen in her crib at 10:30 pm on 10/03/2011 and is believed to have been kidnapped.
Lisa has blond hair, blue eyes, weighs 30 pounds, and is 2' 6" tall. She has two bottom teeth and a birth mark on her right thigh.
She was wearing purple pants and a purple top with white kitties on it. Her date of birth is November 11, 2010.
Please call in tips to Kansas City Police at 1.816.474.TIPS or 911.
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On another, more out of this world note. There was a report a few ywears ago, in the mountains close to where I live. A family was out for a walk. The parents were about 100 metres apart and the son walked from mother to father. Neither watched him walk over, but he never arrived. He had simply vanished. The police were called and an extensive search was conducted with no result.
It's been more than 24 hours since the parents of Lisa Irwin reported her missing, and there's is still no sign of the 10-month-old.
Police are meeting this morning to plan their next steps in the search for the missing Northland infant.
The parents, who have been cooperative with police, were downtown at police headquarters answering questions until about 10:30 p.m Tuesday, said Capt. Steve Young, a police spokesman.
Evidence at the scene led authorities to believe the child was abducted, police said.
Young called the situation “unusual.” Many abductions involve a custody dispute or some other situation that can be confirmed quickly.
The unmarried parents have two other children in the home, both boys age 10 or younger, from previous relationships, Young said.
But by midafternoon they said they couldn’t determine the point of entry.
A neighbor reported seeing a man with a baby in the area about 2 a.m.