This week marks the first anniversary since a Kansas City girl disappeared.
"It's been almost a year, it'll be a year here in a couple of days. We just want her back," said baby Lisa's dad Jeremy Irwin.
Ten-month-old Lisa Irwin was reported missing from her crib in the early hours of October 4, 2011. Police say they are still actively investigating the case, but haven't released any new evidence.
Police say they continue to talk with the family, but haven't ever sat down one on one with Irwin's mother, Deborah Bradley. She was the only adult home at the time of Lisa's disappearance.
But her attorney says police have spoken with both parents. "They asked for a period of two hours for any and all questions they wanted to ask of Deborah and Jeremy. I was present and didn't object or cut off a question at one time," said attorney Joe Picerno
Picerno says police have never asked for a one on one with Bradley. He says he's willing to make it happen.
A KCPD detective and FBI agent are assigned to the case full time. Police ask anyone with substantial knowledge of what happened to Lisa Irwin to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).