Missing Baby Lisa: Police Search Parents' Home

Lindsey Davis reports on the search for the missing Missouri girl.
2:13 | 10/20/11

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We certainly were able to get this close to the house yesterday or even walk down this section of the street because police had this entire area. On lockdown was searching remain here well into the night and police -- remaining tight lipped about what if anything they found. Overnight police continued searching the home -- -- Lisa disappeared bringing in additional equipment and working well past midnight. Earlier on Wednesday a no fly zone overhead. A massive search on the ground as police comb the -- at the Kansas City home with rakes and shovels they wouldn't say what they were looking for. Inside the house FBI agents and police investigators used equipment from bomb and arson trucks to X very solid objects and possibly -- Leaving with several bags of potential evidence. Even removing this carpet they were looking for items materials whether they be. Genetic when DNA hairs and fibers organic like leaves. Dirt. To compare to something they have investigators have searched the family home before but always with the parents' consent. Wednesday's search was different the result of a court issued search warrant which prevented the parents from being present at the house you have to have something -- Something that just has occurred to convince a judge to allow you to go back in a house with a search warrant. Police would not discuss what they found -- house but told ABC news the bulk of what they wanted was accomplished while investigators scoured her property. Lisa's mother Deborah Bradley allegedly paid her local attorney a visit. She in the baby's father Jeremy -- are currently staying with relatives. They haven't lived at the home since Lisa's disappearance they've said all along that an intruder entered their home. And abducted Lisa. The parents' attorney maintains they're cooperating with police and that they welcomed an extensive search of the home. If it helps find here. And that attorney Joseph Tug of peanuts He says that he's not sure why police felt that a search warrant was necessary -- -- of the police all along have been able to. Come and go as they please because of family is just as eager to get answers.

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