The man captured on video by the Indiana teens Abigail Williams and Liberty German before they were murdered in cold blood was still at large and as the year anniversary of their gruesome deaths approached cops told RadarOnline.com exclusively that they were “still working the case.” Indiana Police Sgt. Kim Riley said the investigation into the senseless slaughter of the young girls was progressing, but as of the New Year there was “nothing really new to report.” German had the fortitude to capture the man police believed killed her and her best friend on video with her cell phone. Police released an ominous recording where he was heard saying “down the hill,” in hopes of identifying him, but no arrests had been made. Click through Radar’s gallery to get the updated details on the sickening murder case.
Williams, 13, and German, 14 disappeared on February 13, 2017, not returning home after spending the afternoon playing near the Monon Bridge in Delphi, Indiana. Their slaughtered bodies were found the next day.
“There have been over 300 new leads to work on,” Sgt. Riley told Radar, but none of the tips had led to an arrest since the girls were killed.
Williams and German’s murder scene was so gruesome State Police Superintendent Doug Carter expressed his horror at the crime. “I’ll never be able to unsee what I saw that day,” he said.
Sgt. Kim told Radar that the FBI was “still assisting,” the murder case which seemed to have run cold.
Local officers were actively trying to find justice for German and Williams, Sgt. Riley told Radar. “There are between six to ten officers still assigned on a daily basis.
Anyone with information about the case was asked to please call 844-459-5786 or (800) 382-7537. Stay with Radar for updates on this story.
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