SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) -- Sherwood detectives continue to search for suspects in Katherine Cleary's murder.
They discovered her body one week ago. Sherwood police say they continue to look at suspects, but have not narrowed it down to one particular person.
Two women remain behind bars in connection with her disappearance. Without solid evidence like forensics and autopsy reports, linking them to the crime won't be so easy.
Surveillance videos landed Sonia Bell and Rhonda Glassburner-Strong in jail, when they allegedly tried to buy a TV using Katherine Cleary's credit card. Sherwood police officer Josh Adams says it doesn't necessarily tie them to her murder.
"If they passed somewhere between her house and where the body was found, if there was some kind of surveillance video or business out there, there that might have video footage they can follow up on," says Officer Adams.
Both women live about a mile away from where the 74-year-old's body was found August 24 off Boyd Road in Pulaski County. Adams says one of the women told detectives where to find items belonging to Cleary. Still, charging them with murder is something he admits, won't be so easy.
"Saying where they dumped property out there and saying they dumped a body out there is two different things," says Adams.
Meanwhile, detectives will continue to follow up on leads for other suspects. But the department has not released any suspect descriptions.
"Just because I don't have any new evidence to give you doesn't mean there isn't stuff particular to the case, but investigators aren't letting out," says Adams.
But we do know investigators have taken DNA from both women, searched her vehicle and have gone back to Cleary's home. And evidence may also be found on Cleary's body.
"Whether there was a bat involved, a gun involved, whether there was a knife involved it will come back from the medical examiner's office to the cause of death," says Adam.
Reports from the Pulaski County Sheriff's Dept show the suspects have been convicted before on theft and drug charges.