It is Day 6 in the search for missing 10-month-old Lisa Irwin, and the baby's parents have reopened the lines of communication with police all in hopes of finding her soon and safe.
The Irwin home, off North Lister and 37th Street in Kansas City, was busy Sunday and all the increased activity comes as parents resume talks with police.
Detectives could be seen Sunday trying to recreate the alleged kidnapping scene, as they examined the interior and exterior of the home.
"We think that's great," Young said. "We are sitting at the same table together now with the mother and father. No doubt about it, I think this is our best bet to help find this child."
This is the first time that Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, the parents of Lisa Irwin, have met with detectives since Thursday evening.
The questioning comes as detectives are again searching for clues at the family's Northland home.
The Associated Press reported that police declined to comment on a report that a teenage neighbor had been questioned.
Crime scene investigators could be seen back inside the home collecting more evidence Saturday evening.
A CSI van arrived at the Northland home after 5 p.m. Saturday. Detectives are again using metal detectors in the baby's yard. Young said this was not in response to a specific tip.
The police department has received more than 250 tips, but none of the tips have led to anything "good," Young said.
Debbie Bradley and Jeremy Irwin had agreed to conduct a 10 a.m. interview Saturday with KCTV5 about the disappearance of their daughter.
The interview was abruptly canceled because the parents had agreed to meet with detectives to talk about the disappearance of baby Lisa, a family spokesman told KCTV5.
"We reached out by phone this morning, but have yet to sit down with them," Capt. Steve Young, spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department, told KCTV5 Saturday afternoon.
That this changed was good for the investigation, Young said.
These developments come after police, on Thursday, said Irwin and Bradley were no longer cooperating with detectives. The parents have denied this.
Instead, they say police have attempted to accuse Bradley of being responsible for her daughter's disappearance. They say they have undergone hours and hours of interrogation and grown weary of answering the same questions over and over again.
Irwin called 911 about 4 a.m. Tuesday to report that his daughter had gone missing from her crib. Bradley said a kidnapper snatched her daughter sometime after she put her daughter down to sleep about 10:30 p.m. Monday.
Friday night, Bradley thanked those who are attempting to find her daughter.
"Please pray for Lisa and keep looking for her," Bradley said. "We really appreciate all of the support."
Family members of both Irwin and Bradley insist neither would be responsible for their daughter's disappearance.
"There's no way she had anything to do with the disappearance of this child," said Rick Irwin, Jeremy Irwin's grandfather.
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