Police release new clip of Delphi Bridge killer who murdered Abby Williams and Libby German
Police have released chilling new video footage and audio clips of a man they believe murdered two teenage girls hiking along a remote trail.
Indiana State Police shared a new likeness of their suspect, audio footage of him saying the words down the hill and video footage of him walking along an abandoned railway bridge along the Delphi hiking trail in Indiana.
The clips and video were shot moments before friends Abby Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14, were killed on February 13 2017. They were unveiled at a press conference into the unsolved double-murder by Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter on Monday.
It was taken from Libbys phone, and helped cops draw a new likeness of the girls suspected killer, which they also unveiled Monday. He is believed to be aged between 18 and 40 and currently lives in, or has lived in the area where the double-murder took place.
Supt Carter issued a direct appeal to the killer during the press conference, saying: We believe you are hiding in plain sight. We likely have interviewed you, or someone close to you.
We know this is about power to you. You want to know what we know. One day you will.
A question to you. What will those closest to you think of when they find out you brutally murdered two girls…two children?
Only a coward would do such a thing. We are confident you have told someone what you have done, or at the very least you know, because of how very different you are since the murders.
The chilling clip and audio is believed to have been recorded on Germans phone. She was hailed for helping provide dramatic clues which police now hope could help them nail her killer.
Supt Carter also asked for any information on a car – whose made, model and color was not identified – parked at the DCS/CPS Building in Delphi between 12pm and 5pm on February 17 2017.