Interviews of missing Mo. baby's brothers delayed

An undated family photo of Lisa Irwin, now 10-months-old, is shown at a news conference in Kansas City, Mo., Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. The parents of Lisa made a tearful plea for the child's safe return Wednesday, nearly two days after she disappeared, begging her abductor to drop her off someplace safe. (AP Photo/Family Photo via The Kansas City Star)

October 28, 2011 7:44:10 AM PDT
Kansas City police have postponed interviews with the brothers of a missing baby at the family's request.

Capt. Steve Young says police interviews with the 5- and 8-year-old sons of Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin scheduled for Friday were postponed at the request of a family lawyer, Joe Tacopina. Young says Tacopina indicated interviews might be held next week.

Young says he doesn't know why the attorney requested the postponement.

Police talked to the boys after their sister, Lisa, was reported missing Oct. 4 but say Bradley and Irwin haven't allowed them to interview the boys since. The boys are the couple's sons from previous relationships.

The parents say the baby disappeared from her crib while Bradley was sleeping.

Police say they have no suspects in Lisa's disappearance.