The man seen on a surveillance tape shopping with the missing Baby Lisa Irwin's mother has been identified as the woman's brother, according to a news report.
Deborah Bradley and her brother were purchasing wine for a family event at the Festival Foods near her home in Kansas City, Mo., family members tell KCTV5.
Bradley was seen in the video around 5 p.m. October 3, the same night she said she last saw her baby. Her brother was seen shopping alongside her on tape.
According to the station, local police have interviewed the brother and determined that he wasn't involved in the shocking disappearance of 10-month-old Lisa.
The little girl went missing just hours after the shopping trip, triggering an investigation that has led nowhere and already taken several bizarre twists.
Bradley was interviewed by authorities and fears she'll be arrested "any moment," a relative says, but so far no charges have been filed against anyone.
Bradley and baby Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, reported her missing about 4 a.m. Oct. 4. Bradley said she last checked on her daughter about 10:30 p.m.
The couple says Lisa was kidnapped from her crib while she was sleeping.
Meanwhile, officials are questioning the credibility of Bill Stanton, a private investigator who said someone brought him on to conduct an investigation.
Area licensed private investigators say they have filed a complaint with the state licensing board since Stanton is not licensed to work in Missouri.