Lisa Irwin Day 10 - What You May Have Missed

Ten days after baby Lisa Irwin went missing, police continue to seek any information that may help find the little girl.
Police have scoured wooded areas, landfills, abandoned properties, even drainage ditches and dumpsters, in hopes of finding something that would lead to her whereabouts. Irwin was absent from her family the day she turned 11 months old on Tuesday, Oct. 11.
The 'Handyman'
Neighbors near the Irwin family home on North Lister said police have knocked on doors, asking about a man who goes by the name “Jersey.” According to neighbors, he works as a handyman.

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Capt. Steve Young said he cannot confirm that police are looking for the handyman, only that police continue to actively contact people who are "frequents" to the area near the Irwin home.
Grocery Store Surveillance Video
Earlier this week grocery store surveillance video of Lisa’s mother, Deborah Bradley, was released, showing her with an unidentified man buying boxed wine, paper plates and napkins the afternoon prior to Lisa being reported missing. However, police said the surveillance video will not likely lead to a resolution in the case.
Rebecca Guerrero, a clerk who frequently sees Bradley in the store, told CNN in an interview that police questioned her about Bradley's deamonor, asking her if Bradley seemed depressed. Guerrero said Bradley never seemed depressed and would always say the kids were great when asked.
'Wild' Bill Stanton
While the parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, spoke with local and national media in the first few days after Lisa went missing, they have since scaled back their public appearances. Instead, well-known New York private investigator, ‘Wild’ Bill Stanton announced Tuesday night he will be speaking on their behalf.
In a late-night press conference, Stanton told media camped outside an Irwin family home, that he had been asked to do an independent investigation. However, on Wednesday Stanton said he will be acting as the family’s consultant. Stanton is not licensed to act as a private investigator in the state of Missouri and therefore could be prohibited from doing his “own investigation,” as he first mentioned.
On Wednesday, Stanton said he was not hired by the family, but was brought in by a ‘wealthy benefactor,’ who wishes to remain anonymous.
"I don't want this story to be about who hired me," he said. "It's a person who wishes to remain anonymous.  They're not here for notarity. That's why it's called anonymous. There is no great mystery to this. The person cares about the child, and that's the main focus of all of this."
Baby Lisa is described as white, with blond hair and blue eyes, about 30 inches tall and weighing 26-30 pounds. Her family said that she has two bottom teeth, a small bug bite under her left ear, a beauty mark on her right outer thigh.
The family says that she was last seen wearing purple shorts and a purple shirt with white kittens on it.

Anybody with information in her disappearance is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.