Delphi, Indiana murder case: Sketch of suspect released in girls' slayings

Trevor Jackson
July 17, 2017

More than five months after the disappearance of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams, Indiana State Police released a sketch of the suspect in the Delphi murder investigation.

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.

Abby, 13, and Libby, 14, who became good friends as teammates on their seventh-grade volleyball team, were enjoying a day off from middle school on February 13 when they disappeared on a hiking trail near their rural hometown of Delphi.

ISP says the evidence being released will include a composite sketch of the suspect.

The bodies of the two girls were found along the edge of Deer Creek, about three-quarters of a mile from an abandoned railroad bridge where they were dropped off to go hiking. This sketch depicts a hat that may not be accurate.

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They also released audio of a man's voice that the phone video had captured.

Investigators released this photo of a man seen on the Delphi Historic Trails in Delphi, Indiana on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, the same day two girls were killed.

State police have released an artist's composite sketch of a man considered the main suspect in the killings of two northern in girls.

Anyone with information may call the tip line at 844-459-5786 and may remain anonymous.

The reward for information leading the suspect's arrest is now more than $230,000. That evidence came from Liberty German's cellphone.

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