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'Help Us Find Justice!' Mom Of Snapchat Murder Victim Breaks Down Over Unsolved Case

Mar. 27 2017, Published 8:13 p.m. ET

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The mother of murdered Indiana teen Abigail Williams is begging for "justice," as more than six weeks have passed in the case with no arrests, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Anna Williams broke down in tears speaking about her 13-year-old child who was brutally killed with her friend, 14-year-old Liberty German in February near the Monon Bridge.

Despite German capturing a video of the man police call the “primary suspect,” the police are still searching for the killer or killers.

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“These girls were the most precious gifts we had,” a tearful Anna said to a small crowd in Delphi.

German posted a Snapchat picture of Williams at 2:07pm on February 13, 2017, and then the girls disappeared, never to be seen alive again. Their bodies were found the next day.

Sobbing as she spoke, Anna told the crowd about law enforcement’s dedication to the case. “They said we are not going to leave until they’re home, and they are, they are home.”

Abigail and German’s crime scene was so shocking that State Police Superintendent Doug Carter expressed his horror at what he found. “I’ll never be able to unsee what I saw that day,” he said.

“We will be forever grateful to the men and women who have spent countless hours to help us find justice,” Anna said as she choked back tears.

“Your encouraging words, words from our churches the cards I get every day that say we’re still praying for you.”

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Struggling to speak as she cried, Anna said, “We are going to get through this, we need to stick together.”

But hope is wearing thin as the case drags on past six weeks with no arrest.

German’s grandfather spoke exclusively with Radar about the Indiana teens’ murders, saying that the family was still looking for justice.

“I want them to catch this perpetrator or persons that did this,” Mike Patty said.

The reward for information leading to an arrest in the case is over $200,000 and anyone with information is asked to please call 844-459-5786 or (800) 382-7537.

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