‘We believe you are hiding in plain sight’: Indiana police reveal suspect sketch in 2017 deaths of two girls

Indiana cold case | Police unveil sketch for 2017 double murder of teen girls

DELPHI, Ind. — Indiana State Police released new information today in the deaths of two teen girls.

The bodies of Liberty German, 14, and Abigail Williams, 13, were found in February 2017 in a wooded area a day after they went hiking.

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A new sketch of a suspect was revealed today, and new video was released from Liberty’s phone of the suspect, both of which are shown in the video above.

ISP Superintendent Doug Carter said investigators believe they’re looking for someone who lives in Delphi or used to live in the city.

“We believe you are hiding in plain sight,” he said about the killer.

He said they’re also looking for the owner of a vehicle found abandoned near the scene.

More of the press conference can be viewed below.

Indiana cold case | Police give update on investigation into 2017 murder of two teen girls