New information on Delphi murder case to be released Monday

Cheryl Sanders
July 17, 2017

German and Williams, of Delphi, vanished February 13 along a trail near their hometown about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis.

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. He also has reddish-brown hair.

Indiana State Police
Indiana State Police

Police have released a sketch of the main suspect in the murder of two teenage girls who disappeared near Delphi in February.

Riley said investigators believe the man captured in the photos and in the new artist's sketch killed both girls. Police ask that people focus on the man's facial features. Their bodies were found the next day in a nearby wooded area.

According to police, there are no arrests at this time, and Riley could not comment as to whether they are close to making an arrest.

Police said the composite drawing is the result of information received during the course of the continuing investigation.

The reward for information leading the suspect's arrest is now more than $230,000. Police released a photo of the suspect and an audio clip of the suspect saying, "down the hill" that were taken by the cell phone of one of the two girls murdered.

That evidence came from German's cellphone, who police have hailed as a hero for recording potentially crucial evidence.

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