The Topeka Police and other investigators have “a lot of leads,” including several new, on the shooting that killed Washburn football player Dwane Simmons and injured New York Giants draftee Corey Ballentine on April 28.

“There’s a lot of working parts to it, a lot of individuals that saw a lot of things that took place,” Topeka Police Chief Bill Cochran told KSNT this week. “We’re very confident that we’ll bring this to a successful conclusion. It might be another month or so, but we feel very confident.”

Cochran added that investigators continue to interview potential witnesses of the off-campus shooting and they remain confident that enough information will be gleaned to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Meanwhile, Ballentine, who is still recovering from the shooting, officially reported to the Giants’ offseason workout program earlier this week and is expected to be with the team when they open organized team activities (OTAs) next week.

The Giants previously allowed Ballentine to skip rookie minicamp and sent representation to support him during Simmons’ funeral.

A motive for the shooting remains unknown.