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Anonymous Donor Offers Reward For Baby Lisa

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Lisa Irwin

Lisa Irwin

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) An anonymous donor has offered a $100,000 reward for the
return of a missing Kansas City baby or information that leads to the conviction
of anyone involved in her disappearance, according to a security consultant who
says the donor also hired him to get involved in the case.

Bill Stanton,
a New York-based security consultant for television networks, refused Friday to
say who the donor was or how the reward would be administered.

Stanton,
47, also has not been clear about his role in Lisa Irwin’s disappearance, often
referring to himself as a private investigator, but then saying he is in Kansas
City as a consultant. He is not licensed in Missouri to work as a private
investigator.

“I hope this opens up someone’s heart or someone’s eyes
and they realize this is serious, and we get Lisa home safe and sound,” Stanton
said at a news conference in front of the family’s home, where the 10-month-old
child was reported missing on Oct. 4.

“If someone brings that kid right
now and says they found this child sitting on a park bench. They bring that kid
right here, they get $100,000,” he said.

No members of Lisa’s family
were at the news conference.

Copyright Associated Press

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