Despite audio and photograph evidence of the man police believe is responsible for the Utah teens' deaths, no one has been booked for the crime.
“I want them to catch this perpetrator or persons that did this,” German's grandfather, Mike Patty, told Radar, admitting he doesn't know much about what's happening with the case.
“The only thing that I know is what gets released,” Patty said. “I don’t want to know anything that everyone doesn’t know because I don’t want to put the case in jeopardy.”
German’s grandfather, the only family member of either girl who has spoken out publicly, told Radar that he still hopes to find justice for the girls as the investigation continues.
Recently, the owner of the property where the girls’ bodies were found on February 14, 2017, was arrested on on unrelated charges.
Ronald Logan remains in the Carroll County jail, and his home and property were search after a warrant was issued on March 17.
Police told Radar that the search was related to the Indiana teens’ murders, but would not reveal the evidence they were searching for. Logan is not a suspect.
Meanwhile, Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told Radar that cops are actively pursuing all tips and Patty told Radar that he is encouraged by the outpouring of support from the community and around the country.
“We are just holding out hope," he said.
And no matter the outcome, he'll grieve his granddaughter for the rest of his life. “I was lucky to have her,” the heartbroken grandfather said.
The reward for information leading to an arrest in the case is over $200,000 and anyone with information is asked to please call 844-459-5786 or (800) 382-7537. Stay with Radar for updates to the story.
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