Update: Wednesday, October 19th at 9:50 a.m.: KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Investigators are inside the home of missing baby Lisa Irwin, whose parents say she was abducted two weeks ago.
Kansas City police spokesman Capt. Steve Young says investigators have a warrant to search the family's house again Wednesday.
Shortly after sunrise, FBI crime scene trucks pulled up and a phalanx of FBI agents and Kansas City police officers gathered at the property. Officers cordoned off about a half block perimeter around the house, pushing back reporters and media trucks packing the street.
FBI spokeswoman Bridget Patton says the search is not based on any tip.
Lisa was 10 months old on Oct. 4 when her parents reported her missing.
Police say they have no suspects. Lisa's mother, Deborah Bradley, has said she expects to be arrested in her baby's disappearance.
Kansas City Police have announced that they will once again search the house from where baby Lisa Irwin went missing two weeks ago.
KCPD will enter the home Wednesday after receiving another warrant for the search. The girl's family cannot go back to the house until that search is complete.
Lisa Irwin was reported missing by her parents on Oct. 4, she was 10 months old at the time.
Since then her mother, Deborah Bradley, has admitted to drinking heavily that night and possibly blacking out. Her father, Jeremy Irwin, returned home from a late shift at work to find lights on, a window tampered with, the front door unlocked and baby Lisa gone.
Police say the girl's parents have not cooperated with authorities in the investigation, and that it has been more than a week since the parents sat down with them to answer questions. They say the parent's cooperation is critical to finding the girl.
Since reporting her missing, Jeremy and Deborah have hired a private investigator and a New York City defense attorney.
Search crews spent Tuesday searching a wooded area near the family's home, continuing their search for the girl and clues.
Meanwhile, police in Riley County, Kansas, said they were investigating a report of two women in their twenties who raised suspicions because they were with a baby resembling Lisa.
A caller told them the women left "in a suspicious" manner in a car with Missouri plates.
(The Associated Press contributed to this story)