Source: Investigators "turning up the heat" in explosion probe

After "turning up the heat" over the past two days, a source told Fox59 News Wednesday morning that investigators expect the investigation into the fatal south side Indianapolis house explosion to move at a similar pace over the coming days.

The source confirmed that no arrests had been made.

On Tuesday, Fox59 News first reported that two men had been taken in for questioning, Bob Leonard and David Gill. 

Bob is the older brother of Mark Leonard, who shared the home that exploded in the Richmond Hill neighborhood on Nov. 10 with his girlfriend, Moncy Shirley. 

Gill is said to be an acquaintance of Mark Leonard.

Bob Leonard's neighbors said he was handcuffed as he was taken in for questioning and they reported seeing police remove several boxes of materials from his southwest side home. 

Meanwhile, Mark Leonard and Moncy Shirley dodged Fox 59's attempts to question them as they met at their attorney Randall Cable's office.

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