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Thursday, October 27, 2011

KCPD investigators to reinterview Lisa Irwin's brothers this week

From Mark Morris and Tony Rizzo:

Police have said that the family has not allowed the boys, ages 8 and 5, to be interviewed since Oct. 4, the day Lisa’s parents reported her missing from the family home. The boys reportedly were in the home the night she vanished.

The boys will probably give DNA samples, too. "A police spokesman said that is primarily being done to obtain 'elimination' samples that can be compared with any unknown DNA samples obtained during the investigation."

KCTV has a good recap of the entire case so far here.


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