KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lisa Irwin went missing two years ago this week. Saturday night, her family begged for information that may lead to her.
A sign across the front of the home where Lisa was last seen read: "This house needs Lisa to make it a home again."
Baby Lisa Irwin is still missing and her family continues to believe she will come back.
"The outcome is her coming home because we're not going to stop until it happens," Lisa's mother Deborah Bradley said.
Two years after she disappeared from her home, dozens gathered on the lawn. Lisa's mother urged people to keep an eye out for her.
"I just want everyone to look at this picture and know she's not a baby anymore, she's a toddler. And there is no such thing as a tip too small. Even if you're unsure it can't hurt, call the tips line," Bradley said.
Even with hope still alive, the family said the pain never changes.
"It doesn't get any easier, it’s been two years, you're still in a state of shock a little bit," Lisa's father Jeremy Irwin said.
They vow to continue and look for their now three-year-old girl who would have changed so much during this time.
"It's exactly, I even knew she was going to have some red in her hair because I dream about her all the time and this is what I see in my dreams," Bradley said about the computer-generated picture of Lisa.
If you have any information, you're asked to call 816-474-TIPS.
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