Investigators continue search for Abby and Libby’s killer

NOW: Investigators continue search for Abby and Libby’s killer

It has been nearly 5 years since Abigail Williams and Liberty German disappeared while walking on a trail near the Monon High Bridge in Delphi. Their bodies were discovered the next day. No arrests have been made in their murders.

The Carroll County Sheriff's Department assisted by the Indiana State Police, Delphi Police Department, and other law enforcement agencies are working to solve the case.

Investigators are asking for anyone who communicated with, met or attempted to meet a person going by anthony_shots online, to contact law enforcement at the tip line. They are looking for information about when you communicated with anthony_shots, how you communicated with the profile, what social media applications the account used, and if anthony_shots attempted to meet you or obtain your address. If you have any saved images or conversations with him, attach them to your email.

Police have released photos of a possible suspect as well as audio clips of the man's voice.

Click here to watch a video of the man at the Monon High Bridge.

Click here to listen to the suspect's voice.

"We continue to diligently seek the justice so honorably owed to Abby, Libby, their respective families, and our dedicated, local community. To that end, I want to stress that the investigation is still quite active and is NOT a cold case. We also continue to encourage the submission of valid and valuable information which will help us to attain the goal of justice for our precious Abby and Libby. Thank you to all who have come alongside us in our ongoing efforts,” Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby said.

“Working diligently every day with our county, local, and federal partners, we continue to give our very best efforts to solve this case. Abby, Libby, their families, and the Delphi community deserve nothing less. We also continue to ask for tips to be submitted, because one day we will obtain that one piece of information we seek…the identity of the person responsible for this senseless crime,” said Doug Carter, Superintendent of the Indiana State Police.

Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to contact law enforcement by using the TIP HOTLINE: or (765) 822-3535. Provide as much information as you possibly can. For example, the name of the person of interest, their date of birth or approximate age, physical description, address, vehicle information, why they could be involved, and if they have a connection to Delphi.

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