Indiana State Police to release new evidence in killing of 2 teens


DELPHI, Ind. — State police say they will release new evidence on the main suspect in the killing of two northern Indiana girls in February.

Sgt. Kim Riley says a news release will be issued Monday morning providing “very important” information that “will give people a clearer image of who we are looking for” in the unsolved double-murder case.

This photo released by the Indiana State Police shows a man walking along the trail system in Delphi, Ind. Indiana authorities want to talk to the man in connection with the killings of two teenage girls. He was photographed on the trail system around the time Liberty German and Abigail Williams were dropped off Monday to go hiking. | Indiana State Police, distributed by the Associated Press

Liberty German, 14, vanished with 13-year-old Abigail Williams on Feb. 13 while hiking a trail near their hometown of Delphi, about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis. Their bodies were found the next day in a nearby wooded area.

Investigators released two grainy images in late February of a man they consider the main suspect in the killings. They also released audio of a male saying “down the hill.”

That evidence came from German’s cellphone.

The bodies of Abigail Williams, 13 (left), and Liberty German, 14, were found Tuesday in Delphi, Indiana. | Photo courtesy WRTV-TV



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