An ominous new video that shows the last steps of the murdered Indiana teens is the latest revelation in a case that has dragged on for over a month. As police search for the culprits in the brutal slaying of the innocent girls, time is working against them. Click through the gallery to get the latest updates in the Snapchat murders.
WATCH: The Liberty German and Abigail Williams "crime scene flow," was a video produced that showed exactly where the girls were when the man in the blue jacket approached them and then ultimately warned them . With painstaking details, the video revealed images of multiple police cars in the heavily wood area, including the path the girls and the suspect took on February 13, 2017.
German posted a Snapchat photo of her best friend Williams at 2:07 pm the day they went missing. This was the last communication the girls had with anyone.
Police released a photo of the man they called the "primary suspect" in the brutal slaying of the girls. The picture was a still from a video that German shot with her camera phone. They also released a chilling audio tape of the man saying "down the hill," in hopes that his voice would be recognized.
The girls had been playing on the Monon Bridge in the time before they disappeared. Their bodies were found the following day, in such horrific condition that State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said "I'll never be able to unsee what I saw that day."
"He's someone's neighbor , coworker, family member, friend, husband or acquaintance," Mike Patty, German's grandfather, said of the suspect. "Somebody knows something."
"Look for someone who has recently changed their appearance. . .if you think it could be but then say, 'No, he's not like that,' go with your initial instinct," Patty pleaded in an emotional interview about his murdered grandchild and her friend. "Let law enforcement. . .make that determination. How ever small it may seem…please, we need your help."
"The pain will always be there," Patty said about losing the young teenager in such a brutal fashion. Anyone with information was asked to please call 844-459-5786 or (800) 382-7537. Stay with Radar for updates to the story.
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