The person responsible for the "brutal" murders of Indiana teens Liberty German and Abigail Williams is still at large, but police have said they are sifting through 10,000 tips about the case, and are confident they'll find the killer. Click through the gallery to find out why.
Sgt. Tony Slocum has revealed that the reward for information leading to an arrest in the horrific murder of the young girls had reached $216,000 after generous donations from Indiana Colts owner Jim Isray and former player Pat McAfee.
Williams' grandparents wrote an emotional letter to the police, thanking them for trying to track down those responsible for the murder of their innocent granddaughter. "Where are the police when you need them? I have uttered these words whenever a speeding or reckless driver nearly runs me or someone else off the road. Where are the police when you need them? They are here, in Delphi, with us. We pray for your protection, and we are forever grateful for your service. Diane and Eric, Abby's grandparents," wrote, according to Fox 59.
Sgt. Slocum confirmed exclusively to Radar that police have a video of a man captured by German on her cellphone, but they are not yet releasing it to the public. German was called a hero for capturing the man named as the primary suspect on video.
"It's time to do the right thing, turn yourself in," Sgt. Slocum warned the killer of the teenage girls on WISHTV 8. "We'll work this out, but if you're not going to do the right thing, rest assured there's a host of police officers working very hard to find you, and we will find you.
Sgt. Slocum said that he believes they are close to capturing the killer: "My gut is telling me someone's going to be held accountable real soon for the double murders of Liberty German and Abigail Williams."
Audio of the man saying "down the hill" was released, in the hopes that his voice could help identify him. Local and state police, as well as the FBI, are tracking down information from over 10,000 tips.
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