Mom seen on video the night baby Lisa went missing - KCTV5

Mom seen on video the night baby Lisa went missing

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

A few developments have emerged since Wednesday night's press conference with New York based private investigator Bill Stanton.

Surveillance video has been released of Lisa Irwin's mom, Deborah Bradley, at Festival Foods off Chouteau Trafficway doing some grocery shopping around 5 p.m. Oct. 3, the same night she said she last saw her baby.

The store said she bought baby wipes, baby food and some boxed wine.

Bradley was with another man. Police say they have talked to the man and he has no involvement in the disappearance of Bradley's daughter. Police have refused to say publicly whether the man was a relative or a friend.

Family members told KCTV5 on Thursday that the man was Bradley's brother and the wine was bought for a family event.

Bradley and baby Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, reported their daughter missing about 4 a.m. Oct. 4. Bradley said she last checked on her daughter about 10:30 p.m. The couple says their daughter was kidnapped from her crib while she was sleeping.

CLICK HERE TO SEE TEAM COVERAGE OF THE SEARCH FOR LISA.

Local private investigators are also questioning the credibility of Bill Stanton, a private investigator who said someone who remains unnamed brought him on to conduct an independent investigation.

Click here to read about Bill Stanton, the private investigator who has done work for national networks, who is now assisting in the search for missing baby Lisa Irwin.

Area licensed private investigators say they have filed a complaint with the state licensing board since Stanton is not licensed to work in Missouri.

"We want our industry to have credibility. If we were somewhere with someone who questions our credentials, we want to be able to pull out our license and say 'Hey I'm a license private investigator. We have had our FBI background checks.'," said Ron Rugen, a Missouri private investigator.

It is unclear who hired Stanton and whether he is receiving payment for the investigation.

CLICK HERE TO SEE TEAM COVERAGE OF THE SEARCH FOR LISA.

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