We all want justice for Abby Williams and Libby German. The two girls are the victims of the horrifying Delphi Murders which took place in February 2018. There is a cash reward for anyone who has information that can lead to the suspect’s arrest. Thanks to a very generous donation, that reward has increased dramatically.
Indianapolis station WTHR recently reported that an anonymous donor generously gifted $100,000 to the reward fund. As it now stands, the Indiana State Police are offering $325,000 for information that can help bring the murderer to justice.
If you have any information on the Delphi Murders, ISP would like to hear from you
As always, the Indiana State Police want to remind the public to be as detailed as possible when submitting tips. As per WTHR, authorities want to know information such as:
- The name of the person of interest
- Their date of birth or approximate age
- Physical description
- Vehicle information
- Why they could be involved
- If they have a connection to Delphi
If you know something about the case and would like to share it, please alert authorities by using the tiplines. You can email email@example.com or call 844-459-5786. Law enforcement may follow up with you if they are interested in what you have to share.
Authorities would also like to remind the public not to share side-by-side images of the suspect photo on social media alongside people they think could be responsible. If you seriously suspect a person, let authorities know instead. Sharing side-by-side images like these can be hurt the investigation and also cause irreparable damage to innocent people.
Any new information that can bring the killer to justice is appreciated
Many people close to the case hope that the reward will help get answers regarding the Delphi Murders. Kelsi German, Libby’s older sister, recently tweeted the official press release from ISP regarding the reward.
— Kelsi German (@libertyg_sister) April 5, 2021
Kelsi is passionate about keeping the case active and spreading the word. She avidly demands justice for her sister, as any big sister would.
Thanks in part to Kelsi, more people are downloading the CrimeDoor app. A few months ago, she let the public know about this clever tool that could shine more light on the case. CrimeDoor allows users to take a 3D look at a crime scene. If you use it to look at the Delphi Murders, you can virtually step onto the Monon High Bridge and see what Abby and Libby saw that day.
Although the case is four years old, authorities remain hopeful they will catch the culprit sooner rather than later. Keeping the case alive also helps keep hope alive.
Stay tuned for more updates on the case. We’ll let you know as soon as we know more.
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