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Indiana State Police reported the murders of two teenage girls in 2017

Indiana State Police will release information on the homicide investigation two teenage girls on Monday morning, reported the agency in a news release. The press conference came after investigators, hoping to identify a suspect, viewed thousands of potential customers without success for nearly six years.

Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty Herman, 14, disappeared on Feb. 13, 2017, while hiking the historic trails in Delphi, Indiana, about 70 miles north of Indianapolis. Their bodies were found the next day in a wooded area about a mile from where they were last seen, and both deaths were ruled homicides.

The unsolved murders have attracted widespread media attention as police investigations have yielded no answers. Shortly after the girl, the investigators disappeared released the image of a possible suspect, a man wearing denim jeans, a blue jacket and a hoodie, who appeared to be walking in their direction on the Monon High Bridge Trail around the time they disappeared.

Police said the photo, in addition to an audio recording that appeared to capture the muffled voice of the possible suspect, were taken from Herman’s smartphone. More than two years later, in April 2019, video was released, also attributed to the teenager’s cell phone, along with an updated police sketch.

Despite the ongoing investigation, authorities have not been able to identify the person and no arrest warrant has been issued. However, multiple sources told the CBS affiliate in Indianapolis WTTV on Friday that a man was taken into custody in connection with the double murder. Indiana State Police announced an upcoming news conference later that day.


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