Missing Baby Lisa Irwin

October 15, 2011 by staff 

Missing Baby Lisa IrwinMissing Baby Lisa Irwin, Wealthy anonymous benefactors today offered a reward of 100,000 and for the safe return of missing children Missouri Lisa Irwin or conviction of those who took the girl.

The reward was announced by private investigator Bill Stanton, who said that anonymous donors have a relationship with the family and do not want to distract attention from the case with their identities.

“I hope this opens the heart of someone or someone’s eyes and realize this is serious and can Lisa home safe,” said Stanton.

The reward is for the “safe return and / or conviction of a person or people involved in this horrible crime.”

Benefactors also put him on the case, said Stanton. He said he would be accompanied by Dr. Marisa Randazzo, a psychologist who specializes in threat assessment and once worked for the U.S. Secret Service.

This week, the family published a series of videos on YouTube made by the girl’s parents Lisa eating cereal, gurgling his mother and playing with a toy. The family had said they want to maintain the image of Lisa in the media for the attention is on the case.

ABC affiliate KMBC Kansas City has won four of the videos in their entirety on your website.

On the eleventh day of the search for Lisa, researchers are searching the woods near the home of Irwin Missouri and recognizes that running out of places to look is “inevitable”.

Exhaustive and fruitless search have police investigators and the FBI to the times of various woods and nearby fields, a well at an abandoned house drainage areas, and a landfill.

“We thought about closing,” said police Capt. Steve Young Kansas City today. “I think it will at some point, but we hope to resolve this case before that date.”

Young said the searches were not based on tips and the logic that leads to anywhere in the area who have not sought.

Today, three relatives of the Irwin family left the house where the family has been living for hanging out “We [heart] U Lisa” signs of a tree and at the door. Lisa’s parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, do not go outside.

A man named Michael, identified as Bradley’s cousin ‘of Texas, spoke briefly. He thanked the police and media of all his work and attention to baby Lisa.

“We know that this will lead to the safe return of Lisa for us to bring her home,” he said.

He pleaded for the family that anyone with information call a tip line or 911. “The smallest thing can bring home to us,” said Michael. “We are waiting for a phone call.”

Stanton, a former cop and private detective in New York, joined the search this week.

“I’m seeing a family’s heart literally torn from his chest,” said Stanton “Good Morning America” ??today.

When asked by ABC News if suspected of involvement in the disappearance Bradley of his daughter, he replied sheepishly.

“I’ll try not to give a political response,” said Stanton. “Let me say this, she does not want to be discounted. She wants to be seen, examined and then once every one feels that it is suspect, let’s move on.”

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