Crime Podcasters from across the country are joining forces to raise awareness and hopefully spark renewed interest and tips to find the man responsible for killing best friends, 14 year-old Libby German and 13 year-old Abby Williams.
They were murdered six months ago February 13th in Delphi, Indiana just north of Indianapolis. They were hiking near an abandoned railroad bridge known as the “Monon High Bridge” around 1 pm.
The last communication their parents had was a Snapchat picture of them on the bridge taken around 2:30 pm.
Their bodies were found days later down the bottom of a hill. Police also found what is the biggest clue to solve this case and bring their killer to justice.
State police are calling Libby a hero for having the presence of mind to record the suspect while the crime was happening. She also captured cell phone video of the man ordering the girls to go “Down the Hill.”
Take a listen.
Do you recognize this voice?
Share this audio recording on your social media.
If you have any information, please call police at 844-450-5786 or email the Carroll County Sherriff’s Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The reward is over $200,000 and growing and the community of Delphi continues to raise money to add to it for the person who shares with police what they know to help solve this case. Help us find this man who took the lives of two innocent teenagers.