KANSAS CITY, Mo. (CBS/AP) -- In an apparent attempt to re-enact an abduction, investigators in Kansas City Sunday climbed through a window that the parents of missing 10-month-old Lisa Irwin said had been tampered with the night the girl disappeared.
Lisa's parents reported her missing early Tuesday morning after her father, electrician Jeremy Irwin, returned home from work. Her parents said someone must have crept into their home while the child's mother, Deborah Bradley, and brothers slept and snatched the baby girl.
The parents said a front window had been tampered with, and police were seen crawling through one Sunday. An officer was back at the house early Monday for about 10 minutes, walking around to the rear.
He did not speak to the media.
Capt. Steve Young, the police spokesman, said only that detectives have been pursuing leads but are "at the mercy of the next good idea."
"We're trying everything we can," Young said. "We're trying every idea that we can."
Although Young said leads are coming in "all the time," investigators have said they have nothing solid so far and no suspects despite an extensive search of the family's quiet neighborhood, including their home and neighbors' houses, nearby woods, sewers and a Kansas landfill.
Lisa's parents spoke with detectives late Saturday, Young said. He would not say how long investigators interviewed the couple, but he did say police were pleased the parents were meeting with them. Police said late Thursday that the couple had stopped cooperating. The family, however, quickly denied the claim, saying they simply needed a break that night from police questioning.
Bradley has said police told her she failed a lie detector test.
Family spokesman Mike Lerette told the The Associated Press Monday through text messages that the family is working closely with police, and that investigators "seem to be following up on a lot those lists we all put together over the week."
He said the family had little information about the investigation.
"We're tracking it just like everyone else though," he said, "by watching the news hoping to hear breaking good news."
Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.