Jackson County authorities are enlisting more help as their investigation of four brutal murders moves into its second week.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is adding a team of profilers into the mix to help make some sense out of the evidence collected so far.
Four different agencies have been working round the clock since discovering the bodies of 19-year-old Danielle Baker and her three young sons in their Marianna apartment last Thursday morning.
Baker was shot. The boys bound with duct tape apparently died from asphyxiation.
The profilers will take all of the information gathered so far and develop psychological and physical profiles of the killer or killers. That will help lead investigators narrow their focus.
Phil Kiracofe with FDLE says, "They will come up with age, gender, within certain ranges, race, possible professional background, any number of things that may help to steer the investigators."
Investigators says they continue to uncover their own information, but they still need the public's help. There's a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.