Dave Holloway says the latest arrest in the case of his missing daughter, Natalee, doesn't change anything about what he believes actually happened.
But at the same time, Holloway is optimistic he's that it might bring the case closer to resolution.
This time last year, there were arrests in his daughter's disappearance in Aruba and then all three men were released. Now comes the arrest of Geoffrey van Cromvoirt .
Holloway says it's a good sign that some resolution may be coming, but he's not getting his hopes up.
"He may be involved, and he may not, but we'll just have to wait and see," said Holloway.
Dave Holloway says he believes van Cromvoirt may have information rather than involvement in the case. A judge has ruled he must stay in jail for another eight days.
If he is released after that, Holloway says that will be a good sign that prosecutors may have some leads in connecting the three men he believes are actually involved in Natalee's death, Joran van der Sloot, and Deepak and Satish Kalpoe.
"All roads lead back to the three primary suspects. When he was initially arrested, people took those three off their list, and I don't think that's going to be the case," Holloway said.
Natalee Holloway has now been missing in Aruba for almost 11 months. Before this last arrest, the trail seemed to have grown cold. Holloway says the airing of a Dutch version of America's Most Wanted on Natalee's case, and his book which was released last week, brought new tips and he hopes they will lead to resolution.
"All answers are in Aruba and Holland," Holloway said. "And if they can get on that trail again and get it to hold, we can have some resolution."