Teenager Girls Murdered in Indiana

February 22, 2017

In Indiana — two teenager girls, Abby (13) and Libby (14), were murdered at a hiking trail in Delphi — 70 miles northwest of Indianapolis. They went hiking last Monday and did not show up when their family went to pick them up — prompting a search for them. Their bodies were found last Tuesday under an abandoned railroad bridge. Sadly, the last image of the girls was a Snapchat picture of Abby walking on the bridge, which is pretty high off the ground. 

 

Police has not released a cause of death but have released a photo of a man that they want the community to help and identify — this photo was a screenshot from a video that one of the girls took with their cell phone. It also had a male’s voice saying, “down the hill.” 

 

There is currently a reward of $41,000 for information leading to the arrest of whoever killed them. Right now there is a huge investigation with over 20 FBI agents and officers from the Indiana State Police. The police superintendent said that this is a clear example of the evil that lives among us — and said if the killer was watching, that they will find him/her.

Very sad, I’ll provide updates as they come — hope they catch the person responsible ASAP. 

 

https://secure.in.gov/isp/delphi.htm

 

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