Indiana Police Search Internet Profile for Murder of Delphi Girls | New



LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Two teenage girls have gone missing and were found dead almost five years ago in northern Indiana, and state police said on Monday they may have news track.

Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14, went missing after being dropped off near Monon High Bridge in Delphi on February 13, 2017. The next day, police found the girls dead. near the Delphi Historic Trail, approximately 60 miles north of Indianapolis.

Police released sketches of a possible suspect and even a somewhat blurry photo of a man who may be linked to the girls’ disappearance, but nothing has led to an arrest.

Indiana State Police said on Monday they were investigating the origins of an internet profile used to talk to teens on Snapchat and Instagram. The FAI said the “anthony_shots” account used photos of a male model and portrayed himself as a wealthy man with sports cars in order to talk to girls, solicit nude pictures and attempt to meet them.

In the photo above, the images of the model were sent to underage girls.






Libby German and Abby Williams


Police have identified the man in the footage, but he is not a suspect. Instead, investigators want to find the person behind the “anthony_shots” profile. Police are particularly interested in anyone who contacted this account, how it was done, where it was done, and how the person behind attempted to meet.

No one has been arrested in this case despite the publication by police of a photo, sketch and audio clip of the suspect. The FAI said there was still a dedicated team working on the case, including detectives from Carroll County, two state police detectives and other officers.

If you have any information that could help the police, call 765-822-3535 or use the advice email [email protected]

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