The killer or killers of Indiana teens Abigail Williams and Liberty German are still on the loose, but RadarOnline.com has learned that the FBI is closing in! According to the authorities, a second search warrant has been issued in the search for the person or persons behind the teen girls' death. Click though the gallery to get the exclusive details from the FBI about the latest developments in the Snapchat killer case.
A search warrant was executed in the town of Peru, Ind., and the FBI raided a home looking for evidence on Saturday, February 25, 2017, Radar has confirmed. The FBI said they had received new “information” about the killings of Williams, 13, and German, 14, which led them to search the home. Peru is located approximately 40 miles from Delphi, Ind., where the girls lived and died.
“The state issued a search warrant,” FBI spokesperson, Wendy Osbourne told Radar. She confirmed that a judge signed off on the warrant and that FBI agents, along with state and county officers, were present when the home was searched.
The home searched on February 25 was the second property searched since the investigation began. As Radar reported, Williams and German disappeared on Feb. 13. Their bodies were found on February 14, a quarter-of-a mile from the Monon Bridge, where they were last seen. Chillingly, the girls captured their last moments alive on their Snapchat stories.
“We ruled out the individual or individuals as having nothing to do with the murders of the young girls,” Osbourne told Radar about the Feb. 25 search.
Osbourne also told Radar that the FBI had electronic billboards live in 46 states showing pictures of the girls and asking the public for help in locating their killer or killers. German miraculously captured a video of the man police believe is their killer, enabling authorities to release a photograph of the man named the primary suspect in their death.
Family members have asked for help in locating those responsible for the killings, slaughters that were so brutal, the State Superintendent said he couldn’t “unseen" the carnage. The family told Crime Watch Daily that they asked for help in bringing the killer or killers to justice. “Just pray for us,” they told the show.
The reward for information leading to the arrest in the case increased to $96,000. Williams and German were active on their social media accounts just prior to their deaths, with German Snapchatting a video of Williams walking down the bridge at 2:07 pm, the last time either were seen or heard from.
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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