Snapchat Killer Case Gone Cold? FBI Scales Back Search Efforts!

More than six weeks after the brutal murders of Indiana teens Abigail Williams and Liberty German, the FBI is scaling back their participation in the still-unsolved case, has learned.

“The Carroll County Sheriff, Delphi Police Department, Indiana State Police, and Federal Bureau of Investigation announce the operations involving the homicide investigations in Delphi, IN will begin to take on a different appearance in the weeks to follow,” the law enforcement agencies announced on Friday.

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The FBI's local presence "is not to the same level it was,” FBI spokesperson Wendy Osborne confirmed to Radar, insisting that the agency is still contributing to finding Williams and German.

“We are still assisting with the investigation,” she stated and said the FBI still has “resources and manpower there," just not as much as before.

“We came with a full compliment of resources,” Osborne said, noting they had brought dedicated “members of our professional staff, intelligence analysts, researchers,” and equipment to help the local authorities find those responsible for the horrific murders.

Liberty German

German actually captured video of the man police have named the “primary suspect,” but he has yet to be identified or arrested. And although no other suspect has emerged, authorities remain confident they will find the killer.

“Through the excellent assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies the past several weeks, the number of remaining tips/leads are quickly becoming within the realm of manageability for the investigators who are involved in day to day operations,” the law enforcement statement said.

“It is stressed that this does not mean the investigation is going ‘cold.’ To the contrary, each investigator remains strongly committed to reaching resolution.”

There have been more than 13,000 tips in the case and the FBI, State and Local police searched the home of Ronald Logan, the owner of the property where the girls’ bodies were found on February 14, 2017.

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