Police hope sketch brings them closer to killer of teen girls

AbbyWilliams, Libby German

AbbyWilliams, Libby German

Indiana State Police Monday released a composite sketch of a man believed to be connected to the unsolved killings of eighth-graders Abby Williams and Libby German, and Abby's mother says she hopes this is the "piece of the puzzle" that will lead to an arrest.

According to our sister station WTHR, Indiana State police will be giving an update on their current investigation.

WISH-TV in Indianapolis reports that the sketch was made up from tips that police have collected over time, as well as a photo that was found on the phone of one of the victims. Their bodies were found the next day.

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Months after a grainy photograph showing a man believed to be connected to the slayings of two northern IN girls was released, authorities believe they have a clearer image of the man considered to be a main suspect IN the case. He may have reddish brown hair; eye color is unknown. The sketch also depicts a hat, which may not be accurate. Anyone with information about the murders or the person depicted in the composite sketch should call the established tip line at 844-459-5786 and can remain anonymous.

A reward of more than $230,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible, police said.

Investigators released this photo of a man seen on the Delphi Historic Trails in Delphi, Indiana on Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, the same day two girls were killed. That evidence came from Liberty German's cellphone.

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