Baby Lisa’s Family Asks Group to Move Vigils
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The family of a Kansas City girl who has been missing nearly two months has asked a group of people holding nightly vigils in front of the family’s home to go somewhere else.
The group, which calls itself Lisa’s Angels, says Lisa Irwin’s grandmother told them to stop the nightly vigils. Lisa’s grandfather says the family appreciates the support, just not in the front yard.
Lisa was reported missing Oct. 4 when her father, Jeremy Irwin, came home around 4 a.m. from work and couldn’t find her. Irwin and Deborah Bradley say they think someone broke into the house and took their daughter.
Lisa’s Angels says it has conducted more than 20 searches for the girl. The group held its final vigil in front of the Irwin home Tuesday night.
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