Lisa Irwin’s parents tell Today show that debit card was stolen and share frustration with authorities’ search for their missing daughter

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It’s been nearly eight months since Lisa Irwin was last seen. The 1-year-old girl’s parents, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, say their daughter was abducted on October 3. The parents have made several national television appearances since the girl’s disappearance. The latest came Monday when the couple appeared on NBC’s Today show.

In the interview, Irwin says his debit card was stolen in November, and he claims that whoever took it attempted to charge $69 to a British website that offers to change the name of an adult or a child.

Bradley expressed frustration with authorities’ search for their daughter.

“I am frustrated,” Bradley told Today. “It has been almost eight months, and we’re not getting any answers. We understand that the FBI and the KCPD have a job to do, but we need answers. We need Lisa. The answer to us that we are looking at is unacceptable.”

Watch the interview above.

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