Speaking Wednesday night at a vigil marking one year since Lisa Irwin's disappearance, the Kansas City baby's mother said they would not give up looking until she comes home.
To recognize the one-year-anniversary of Baby Lisa Irwin's disappearance, her parents are hosting a vigil Wednesday night at their home in the Northland.
Police have never classified the Baby Lisa case as a kidnapping, but flyers around the area say otherwise. One group has said they want to help find the baby since she disappeared, but they say their flyers are always removed.
As the one-year anniversary approaches of the disappearance of a then-10-month-old baby girl, the Kansas City Police Department continues to run down leads in the case.
The family of missing baby Lisa Irwin says they have no idea where dozens of yellow and purple balloons will land today. But, they know each one carries an important message.
Baby Lisa Irwin’s parents want answers. They told Today Show Anchor Ann Curry too much time has passed for police to not have an idea about what happened to their 10 month old daughter.
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