There's not a lot more the Peoria Police Chief can say about the Mossville Road murder investigation at this point.
Chief Steve Settingsgaard has only a few more pieces if information relating to the shooting death of Denise Leuthold last week. The 39 year old woman was found shot to death in her Mossville Road home last Thursday.
The Chief says there were some items missing from the house. But, he says there has been no pattern of burglaries in the immediate area over the past year.
Settingsgaard says it is very odd the victim's car was found in a park about a 1/4 mile way from her home.
The Chief says officers have not ruled out any possibilities in her death.
Settingsgaard doesn't think people in the immediate area of the shooting should be alarmed. He says neighbors should still be aware of their surroundings and to report anything unusual in the area.
But, the Chief doesn't think schools or churches should be worried about remaining on "soft lockdown". He thinks the person who committed the murder has "moved on" and wouldn't have any reason to be a danger to a school, chuirch or business.
He says investigators continue to follow every lead and clue. Settingsgaard says the department had been receiving a good amount of calls with tips. He says Leuthold's family is cooperating in the investigation.