Parents of missing Kansas City baby to appear on Dr. Phil

Friday, February 3, 2012 | 12:57 p.m. CST

KANSAS CITY — Kansas City police said they spoke with the parents of a missing baby on the eve of the couple's appearance on TV's "Dr. Phil" show.

Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin reported Lisa Irwin, then 10 months old, missing in October. Police have conducted several searches and chased hundreds of leads, but said they still don't have a suspect.

Late Thursday, police said detectives didn't learn anything "significant" in speaking with the couple and their lawyer earlier in the day.

The parents said they believe someone entered their house and took Lisa while Bradley and two other children slept. They've also said police accused them of involvement in the disappearance, a claim they have repeatedly denied.

Jeremy Irwin, Bradley and their lawyer are scheduled to appear Friday on "Dr. Phil." The show was taped earlier.

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