Baby Lisa Irwin Found Today
October 22, 2011 by staff
Baby Lisa Irwin Found Today, A cadaver dog searched the home of baby Lisa Irwin Monday detected a smell of dead human in the bedroom shared by the baby’s parents disappeared, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin.
A police affidavit filed with a court in Kansas City, Missouri, said the dog was looking for evidence of missing 11 months old, Lisa Irwin when “indicated a positive ‘hit’ by the smell of a deceased person in a floor area of ??the room of [her parents], near the bed. “The affidavit was filed with the court seeking a search warrant of the family home, according to Reuters.
The search warrant was executed at the home of the family Wednesday, when the police left with several bags of products, including a portion of the carpet, Reuters reported.
Bradley and restricted access to the police Irwin of the house during the search on Monday, the court document said.
“The only areas extensively treated DNA and fingerprints in the agreement were the baby’s bedroom and possible entry points,” said the document.
Police said the request for an order: “The extension of the search was limited in nature with the consent” of parents.
Bradley and Lisa Irwin baby reported missing from his home in Kansas City October 4 and said the baby was kidnapped. Parents said the baby had disappeared when the father returned home after working the night shift.
The court document also noted Bradley had said he did not initially get her son back home because “I was afraid of what might be found,” Reuters reported.
Police also cited a “garden area with lots of land with an appearance of being recently disturbed or revoked,” said Reuters.
Meanwhile, three residents of Kansas City, said Friday that he saw a suspicious man walking down the street with an infant baby the night Lisa disappeared.
One of them, Mike Thompson, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” ??that at 4 am local time was on his way home on his motorcycle when he saw the suspicious man wearing a shirt. The man was on a street near the home of the baby, he said.
“[It was] 4 am, 45 degrees, the baby does not have a blanket or coat or anything, and this guy walking down the street,” said Thompson. “I thought it was a little strange.”
Thompson said the man, possibly in his 30 or 40 years, was about 5 feet 7 inches tall, and weighs between 140 and 150 pounds.
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