INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Marion County Prosecutors met Friday with the family of Dion and Jennifer Longworth, who were killed in the south side explosion last month.
The families of those involved are now being updated on the latest developments in the case, Prosecutor Terry Curry told 24-Hour-News 8.
Asked what the families were told, Curry said investigators are continuing to play details close to the vest.
"What I can say is: the investigation continues to move forward," Curry said. "And, as long as there is additional information to pursue--and that continues to be the case--we'll continue to move forward".
Curry confirmed additional search warrants were served last week, though each remains sealed.
"I can't go into any details on them," Curry said.
Curry also said forensic testing of evidence continues at the Marion County Crime Lab, and at other sites, including a lab run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
"I'm satisfied that there is an exhaustive and complete investigation being undertaken at this time," Curry said. "And, there are steps being taken every single day related to the investigation".
Many of those steps have revolved around interviews with witnesses and others connected to the case. But, Curry said those interviews are now complete.
"I don't think it's necessarily that there are people that we need to talk to," Curry said.
"As in any investigation, as individuals are interviewed, new names come to light and it's a matter of following up with those individuals.
So, I think it's fair to say that that process continues as well".
Still, Curry stopped short of sending a plea for new information from the public.
"We're not [asking for anything] additional [or] specific," he said.
But, we'd be happy to hear from anyone who thinks they have any information related to the white vehicle, the explosion, or anything they think might be remotely related".
At least eight deputy prosecutors have now worked on the case, Curry said.
Those numbers come one day after The Department of Public Safety said its personnel has now compiled more than 7,700 man-hours and spent more than $308,000 on the investigation and response to the explosion.
"We're moving forward with the investigation," Curry said.
"And we'll continue to do that until we feel there's nothing further we can do".
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