TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Police say a 64-year-old Terre Haute man admitted to touching two girls under the age of 12 during an interview with investigating officers.

According to court records, Jack L. Eggers Jr. is being held in the Vigo County Jail on a $75,000 bond with no 10% allowed after appearing in Vigo County Court on Wednesday.

Eggers was arrested Tuesday, and while no official charges are listed in online court records, a probable cause affidavit filed in the case reveals why police believe Eggers committed child molestation in the touching of two young girls under the age of 12.

According to court documents, the investigation began following a July forensic interview of the girls at Suzie’s Place. During an interview with social workers, one victim said Eggers disregarded many pleas to stop touching her inappropriately.

“[Juvenile 2] stated ‘Every time he puts us on his lap he tries to touch us, and I told him multiple times stop, stop, stop that’s not right.’ [Juvenile 2] stated Jack responded to her with ‘Don’t worry about it we are not going to get caught’,” the PCA read.

Both victims told social workers that Eggers had touched them over their clothes as well as under their clothes and had penetrated them with his fingers. One victim reported Eggers had shown her pornography on his cell phone as well.

When brought in for questioning on August 21, Eggers reportedly admitted to police to molesting the girls.

In the PCA, police called for Eggers to be charged with two counts of level 1 felony child molestation.

During a probable cause hearing in Vigo County Superior Court V on Wednesday, Judge Matthew Sheehan gave the state 72-hours to file formal charges. The Holiday will extend that period until September 5.

Eggers has been ordered to have no contact with the victims in the case should he bond out of jail. Judge Sheehan set Eggers bond at $75,000 with no 10% allowed.

Eggers is scheduled to be in court on Sep. 5 for a hearing during which he will be advised of his rights related to the case, the official charges, and pre-trial and jury trial dates will be set.