Kansas City, Mo. A former lawyer for the Kansas City family of a missing baby says she will keep working to find the child.
Cyndy Short said in an emailed statement Sunday that while she is no longer working as local counsel for the parents of the missing baby, Lisa Irwin, she and her team will "continue in the search for baby Lisa as concerned citizens."
Short announced Friday that she was no longer working on behalf of Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, who reported their 10-month-old baby missing nearly a month ago.
Police have said there are no suspects in the case, and the couple has denied involvement. The family's other lawyer, Joe Tacopina, did not immediately return a phone message seeking comment.
Short also said she'll hold a news conference Monday.