ARKADELPHIA (KATV) - Still no arrests after two young girls and their step-father were found dead in their home Thursday.
State Police Spokesperson Bill Sadler said Saturday he did not expect any more information to be released that day about the victims, who have been identified as 40-year-old Bobby Jean Galbraith, 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield and 4-year-old Marley Crutchfield.
All three were found by Anna Galbraith, the mother of the infant, when she returned to their home at 1032 S. 11th Street around 8:15 Thursday night. Galbraith's 6-month-old biological daughter was found alive and unharmed inside the home.
No suspected cause of death has been released. The bodies have been sent to the State Crime Lab for autopsy.
Colonel Stan Witt, Director of the Arkansas State Police, has ordered State Police CID agents to be prepared to, "work non-stop", to find the killer or killers.
Anyone with information they may have about the deaths, or something they witnessed in the area of the killings, should contact their nearest law enforcement agency or the Arkansas State Police.
Neighbors tell Channel 7's Janelle Lilley Galbraith was called "Chino" and that he ran a tattoo parlor inside the house.
We will continue to update this story here on KATV.com and on Channel 7 News as they become available.