#LisaIrwin : Discussing The Baby Monitor That Mom Claims was Always On
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - New details are emerging in the case of missing Northland infant Lisa Irwin. Her parents granted a news network interview Saturday night.
They described in more detail what happened Tuesday morning when their 10-month-old baby girl disappeared from her bedroom. Judge Jeanine Pirro of the Fox News Network asked the couple, "Did you hear anything?"
Lisa Irwin's mother, Deborah Bradley, said, "We had the baby monitor on. We always have one on." Lisa Irwin has been missing since her father returned home from work about 4 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Three hundred investigators are on the case.
Her parents then talked about the moment they found the screened-in, front computer room window damaged. Pirro asked "Could someone have fit through the window?"
The couple said, "Nothing makes sense."
Pirro asked, "Could someone?" "If they hadn't removed the screen why would you remove it and put it back? That doesn't make sense?"
"Based on the condition could someone fit through it?"
The couple said "No."
During the same interview on national news Saturday, the parents described how they compiled a list of people for police they believed could be involved.
They explained they considered everyone, especially those they knew who were either having marital problems, recently had a miscarriage and even friends they knew were cheating.
Police say they have followed up on all those and other leads - about 250 in all - but police say they continue to hit roadblocks.