Waynesville, Ind. (WISH) - The Bartholomew County coroner expects to release his report about four people shot and killed in a Waynesville home Tuesday.
The search continues for whoever pulled the trigger. While police remain tight-lipped about the investigation more relatives are speaking out and hoping for an arrest.
Officials say 39-year-old Thomas Smith's sisters drove 12 hours from North Carolina to visit the scene where he was murdered. They said they want investigators to take their time to make sure they have the right person responsible for the murders.
"It's our first time over here since the news, and that's why we are asking questions with the police as well," said Cindy Rickman.
Rickman and her sister Tracy Smith arrived in Waynesville early Monday morning. The two had been driving all night after getting the news their brother was murdered.
"He was the type of person that everybody was drawn too him. He would just light up a room and he would always making you laugh and smile," Tracy Smith said.
Police said Smith and his girlfriend, 53 year-old Katheryn Burton, were shot to death inside the Waynesville home. Investigators also found the bodies of 41 year-old Aaron Cross and 41 year-old Shawn Burton.
Tracy Smith said getting the news was tough ; She not only lost her brother, but her ex-boyfriend Aaron Cross.
"We dated for about 5 months. He actually came up to North Carolina and visited with me," Smith said.
Two days after the bodies were discovered, crime scene tape still blocks off the area. Investigators said they expect to keep the area closed off a little bit longer.
Flowers now sit outside the scene mourning the tragic loss. Rickman hopes that will entice someone to come forward.
"Somebody knows; somebody out there knows who did this and we're hoping they step up forward or anonymously call with a tip cause the police can only do so much," Rickman said, "I want it done right; I want the guilty party to be caught; not somebody that had nothing to do with it. I want to make sure it thorough, it's done right that way justice can be served to the person who is guilty of this."
The Bartholomew County Coroner expects to have his report completed sometime Tuesday morning. The sheriff is expected to give an update at noon.
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