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FBI explores California angle in case of missing baby in Missouri

A relative of the parents of a missing Kansas City, Mo., baby said Friday the family is hoping a tip from California will help them find her.

Mike Lerette told KMBC-TV in Kansas City that the FBI may be looking at some surveillance video of a couple in California with a very young child.

He did not say where in California the couple lived, and the TV station did not indicate how Lerette was related to the family.

The 10-month-old daughter of Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, named Lisa, disappeared from their home between late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.

The parents are reportedly no longer cooperating with police, according to Bradley's grandfather.


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