Police Release New Details in Delphi Double Murder

Police Release New Details in Delphi Double Murder

"But, we're looking for the tip that gives us a suspect and/or suspects that we can hold accountable for the murder of Liberty German and Abigail Williams".

Police are withholding numerous details surrounding the case, as they continue to investigate, but they announced startling new evidence on Wednesday that was captured moments before the girls were killed.

Abby and Libby, both from Carroll County were first reported missing on February 13 after they didn't return from a hike on the Delphi Historic trails.

On Monday, Indiana State Police Sgt. Kim Riley said they were widening the search for the man to outside of the county and even outside of the state.

Authorities said the voice and the image might be the same person, but they might also be different people.

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"Down the hill", a deep voice can be heard saying on the six-second loop of audio shared by the police. The man - dressed in blue jeans, a blue jacket and a hoodie - was photographed on a nature trial around the same time the two girls disappeared. The deaths quickly were treated as a homicide.

Greg Massa, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI's Indianapolis Division, said as many as 20 Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have been assisting state and local investigators. Meanwhile, the Indiana State Police say parents everywhere should always keep a close eye on their children. The first is a grainy photo of a man that police said was taken from Liberty German's cell phone.

A monetary reward has been created for information leading to an arrest of a suspect or suspects in the case.

Often someone in the community will unknowingly be associated with the individual or individuals who committed the crime and may be in a position to observe behavioral changes in that person. It also shows the number for a tip line set up in the case.

"If you're watching, we'll find you", Superintendent Douglas Carter said. "It doesn't matter how close or far the information is every call is looked into", said Lane.

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