The massive search has included canines, mounted patrol, a fugitive unit, and a narcotics and vice unit. Today, FBI agents in white hazmat outfits entered the house to retrieve scent evidence for search canines.
Young confirmed that a neighbor said they saw someone walking down the street at night with a baby in a diaper, but the information hasn't led to any new developments.
"Unfortunately it hasn't … We followed that and several other leads, but nothing has turned into any hard info," Young told "GMA. "We're not sure the only thing were certain of is that there's a 10-month-old that's not at home where she should be."
Investigators have gone through the neighborhood multiple times knocking on doors, interviewing neighbors and searching homes. Canines have searched a wooded area behind the house several times. Investigators also spoke to two other children who were in the house at the time, but have not released any information about the conversations.
"We are interviewing family and friends just to eliminate everyone's that close to the family as suspects," Snapp said. He described the family's neighborhood as a "middle class, very quiet neighborhood."
Police are asking for the community's help in finding the little girl.
"We have no eyewitnesses and a six-hour time frame when the child could have been abducted," Officer Darin Snapp said. "We need any help at all."
Lisa has blue eyes, blonde hair, is 30 inches long and weighs between 26 and 30 pounds. She was last seen wearing purple shorts and a purple shirt with white kittens on it. She has two bottom teeth, a small bug bite under her left ear and a beauty mark on her right outer thigh. She also has a cold with a cough.
"We are pleading that if anyone saw anything, to contact us," Snapp said. "It might be that small piece [of information] that puts everything together."