Teen used cell phone to capture chilling audio of her killer

25 February, 2017, 00:48 | Author: Sam Montgomery
  • Police called 14-year-old Libby German a hero for capturing a recording of the suspect or suspects before her death

The bodies of Abigail and Liberty were found on Valentine's Day in some woodland in the USA state of in; the pair had gone missing after having been dropped off the previous day to play in the the Delphi Historic Trail.

Authorities investigating the murders of two central IN teenagers received almost 2,000 tips IN the day after the release of an audio recording of the possible killer.

The bodies of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams were found on February 14, less than a mile from where they were dropped off to go hiking the same day.

State police say they are choosing to not release any more information due to the risk of soliciting phony tips or assisting the murderer. Their bodies were found the next day by volunteers who had been searching for them throughout the night. Police say a photo showing the suspect in jeans and a sweatshirt or jacket was captured in video recorded on German's cell phone. Their deaths are being investigated as homicides.

"If you're watching, we'll find you", Superintendent Douglas Carter of the Indiana State Police warned.

One of two IN teens found dead on a hiking trail last week had taken cell phone video of a man that police believe is a suspect IN their double homicide, law enforcement officials said Wednesday.

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"A lot of the tips have allowed us to actually mark suspects off our list so-to-speak", Slocum says.

While Bursten said the newly released audio file was not high quality, he did believe it would be strong enough to help someone recognize the unknown man's voice.

The reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved in the deaths of Liberty "Libby" German and Abigail "Abby" Williams has increased.

Along with state and local law enforcement, 20 Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are also stationed in Delphi until an arrest is made, according to Greg Massa, assistant director on the case.

Information can be reported anonymously.

An email tip line has been added to the already established telephone tip line for anyone to provide any information or suspected information about the murders.

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