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DELPHI, Ind. – A newly released sketch of a man suspected of killing two Indiana teenagers in 2017 “more accurately represents” the man believed to be their killer than a sketch released months after the girls were slain, state police said Wednesday.
The statement from Indiana State Police sought to clarify information about the two sketches on behalf of the multi-agency task force that’s investigating the February 2017 killings of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams.
The article goes on to state the following:
Master Trooper Taylor Bryant told The Indianapolis Star on Monday that he drew the sketch that was released this week just three days after the girls’ bodies were found in a wooded area where they had been hiking near their northern Indiana hometown of Delphi. The sketch shows a clean-shaven white man whose age could range from his 20s to late 30s, according to police.
State Police Superintendent Doug Carter says the new sketch was produced thanks to “new information” they collected during the investigation.
Police are asking the public to scritinize the sketch as well as new footage of a man walking on an abandoned railroad bridge (see video below), a place the girls visited the day they were killed.
Indiana State Police have released a short cell phone clip of the suspect in the murders of two teenagers in Delphi, Indiana. Investigators also released a new sketch of the suspect, and longer audio clip. The man is believed to be between 18-40 years old. pic.twitter.com/hH170W4QVP
— WGN Radio News (@WGNRadioNews) April 22, 2019
A newly released sketch of a man suspected of killing two Indiana teenagers was created only days after the girls’ 2017 slayings, but authorities aren’t saying why they held onto it for more than two years. https://t.co/RROv7hz1CH
— WTHI News10 (@WTHITV) April 24, 2019
A newly released sketch of a man suspected of killing two Indiana teenagers in 2017 “more accurately represents” the man believed to be their killer than a sketch released months after the girls were slain, state police said Wednesday. https://t.co/W1gRDFHM6J
— Emma Atkinson (@emmameg) April 24, 2019
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