KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 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.
The parents, Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley released the balloons from their front lawn. They tied a paper note to all 150 balloons, hoping they will remind people Lisa is still missing.
Lisa Irwin disappeared from her bedroom last October.
Her parents hope the balloons will find strangers who might know something.
"We're just trying to let everybody know that she's still missing," Lisa's father said. "We're still looking and she's still out there somewhere. And we need everybody to just keep looking, keep looking for Lisa."
Police continue their investigation and told the parents they believe Lisa may still be alive.