Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley this morning on the Today show discussing the ongoing investigation into their missing baby, Lisa Irwin. Screen grab via the Today Show MSNBC.
The parents of baby Lisa Erwin, the infant who was reportedly snatched from her Missouri home last October when she was 10-months-old, have gone public with what they feel is another clue in the case of their missing baby. Lots of theories have been floated about since the incident in which Lisa Irwin went missing from her crib in the middle of the night, but police have yet to discover any solid leads of who took baby Lisa or why. Lisa’s mother, Deborah Bradley, has come under scrutiny after she revealed that she had been drinking the night of Lisa’s disappearance and doesn’t remember when she last saw her, but police say Bradley has never been a suspect.
Baby Lisa has now been missing for seven months.
Now the Irwin’s are speaking out about another potential clue in the case. Lisa’s father, Jeremy Irwin, went on the Today show this morning and said that his debit card had been stolen and was used about a month after Lisa went missing. He also said that the charges on his debit card were suspicious. Irwin said one of the charges for $69.04 lead to a UK website that specializes in changing your child’s name.
Today show’s Anne Curry said that the producers of the show did their own investigation and found that the charge lead back to a stationary site. Mr. Irwin suggested the site may have been changed since he last discovered the site. The lawyer for the missing baby’s parents said that they have a screen shot of the original site and gave it to investigators.
Lisa’s mother, Deborah Bradley, says she’s frustrated with the investigation and that it doesn’t seem that they’re getting any answers.
Kansas City Police however, aren’t sure there’s a link. An expert told the Today show that it’s doubtful that someone would wait a full month before trying to use a stolen credit card, had the card been taken at the time of Lisa’s disappearance.
The baby Lisa Irwin tip line is 816-474- TIPS for anyone that might have information leading to a break in the case.
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