Investigators search creek near Mo. baby’s home

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Investigators searched a creek near the Kansas City home where a baby was reported missing nearly two weeks ago.

Investigators also Monday brought tracking dogs to the yard of the home where the baby’s parents have been staying since they reported their 10-month-old daughter, Lisa Irwin, was missing. Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley called police early on Oct. 4 to say the baby had been abducted.

Kansas City police said a section of the creek behind the family’s home was diverted so investigators could get a better look. Investigators later brought dogs to the home of Jeremy Irwin’s parents searching for clues that might provide information about the baby’s disappearance.

Earlier Monday, Deborah Bradley reported on NBC’s Today show that she was drunk the night the baby was reported missing.

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