On Murdered Teen's Cellphone, a Voice Says, 'Down the Hill'

The photo investigators have been circulating of a suspect on the Monon High Bridge was also found on Libby's phone.

The bodies of Liberty, and her friend 13-year-old Abigail Williams, were found on February 14 about a quarter-mile from an abandoned railroad bridge.Officials stopped short of saying the voice in the recording was of the suspect seen in the photo.

During the news conference, Sgt.

So far, the man in the photos has not been arrested - although cops are calling him their main suspect - nor has he been identified. Tony Slocum said: 'We are actively looking for this person.

FBI officials said they have at least 20 agents assisting with the investigation on any given day. According to the cops, the voice was recorded by Liberty German's cellphone and they believe it captured a rather chilling phrase from the suspect, telling the girls to move, "Down the hill".

State police say they are choosing to not release any more information due to the risk of soliciting phony tips or assisting the murderer. "There's no doubt in our minds that that young lady is a hero".

The bodies of 13-year-olds Liberty German and Abigail Williams were found near a creek in northern in after they had been reported missing on Monday February 13, 2017. The friends were supposed to be picked up from the trails by family later that afternoon, but they never showed up to the pickup location.

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Indiana State Police released an image of a potential witness in the death of two teenage girls Abby Williams (Abigail Williams) and Libby German (Liberty Williams).

). "Why Delphi? Why Carroll County?" he wondered. He revealed that he'd talked to Gov. Eric Holcomb about the case.

ISP Superintendent Douglas Carter said he has spoken to Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb about the matter. He believes someone knows the man in the photograph.

He also had a message for the killer. "I say that because this is a classic example that evil lives amongst us".

Officials are asking anyone who may have taken pictures in the area or was just on the trail to contact authorities immediately.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the Delphi Murder Tip Line at 844-459-5786.

Indiana State Police gave an update Wednesday morning on the investigation into the murders of two girls in Delphi, Indiana.

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