More than five months after two teens were found murdered on a hiking trail in Indiana, investigators on Monday released a composite sketch of man believed to be connected to the unsolved killings.
The suspect — who is wanted for the deaths of Abigail Joyce Williams, 13, and Liberty Rose Lynn German, 14, whose bodies were found on Feb. 14 in a wooded area near the Delphi Historic Trail in Carroll County — was described by state police as about 5-foot-8 and between 180 to 220 pounds, with reddish brown hair.
“The composite drawing is the result of information received during the course of this ongoing investigation,” Sgt. Kim Riley said in a news release.
A reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer has surpassed $230,000, authorities say.
Indiana State Police Sgt. Tony Slocum told The Post in March that investigators had interviewed hundreds of possible witnesses and suspects in connection to the case. But no arrests have been made.
Investigators have previously released a haunting, three-word audio clip extracted from video found on German’s phone. A man’s voice can be heard saying “down the hill” on the recording, which was played several times during a press conference in February.
Police have said that it’s possible more than one person could be behind the killings, but investigators have zeroed in on one suspect so far. The man was also captured in a photograph wearing blue jeans with a blue coat and a hoodie.
Prior to their disappearance, German posted a photo on Snapchat of Williams looking somber on a railroad bridge in Delphi. The post marked the last time either girl was seen alive, Time reported.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call investigators at (844) 459-5786.