In the undated police sketch provided by the Indiana State Police is the new "face" of the Delphi Murder suspect Monday, April, 22, 2019. Published by the video of a man suspected of murder of two Indiana teenagers two years ago and urged the public to check the footage, showing the man walking on an abandoned train bridge visited by girls during a visit. hiking the day they kill. The State Police also launched a new suspect's sketch, which Superintendent Doug Carter said of the "new information" collected in the investigation into the murder of Liberty German and Abigail Williams. (Indiana State Police by AP)
INDIANAPOLIS – Monday's authorities released a video of a man suspected of killing two teenagers in Indiana two years ago and urged the public to check the footage, showing him walking on an abandoned bridge trains visited by girls while out of the hiking Indiana State Police also released a new suspect sketch that State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said made for "new information and intelligence" collected during the investigation in February 2017 killings of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams.
At a Delphi girls' hometown celebration, he said a previously released sketch of omposite describing a white man with a goatee, cap and hooded sweater now second to the new sketch, showing a clean shaven, younger looking man.
Investigators still did not tell how young people were killed, and they refused to take questions on Monday's briefs. Carter said investigators believe the suspect was between the ages of 18 and 40, and he was living or living in Delphi or regular visit or work in the area. He promised that the police would resolve the case and direct him to call the suspect during the briefing.
"We believe you are hiding in simple sight. For over two years, you did not think we would move gears to another strategic investigation, but we have," she said.
Carter also carries the suspect, calling him "a coward" and said that he or she might be met by authorities or someone close to him. He also said that the friends or family of men might suspect that he killed the girls "because of how different they were from the murders."
"The question to you: What do you think is closest to you when you know that you killed two young girls, two children, just a rude thing to do," Carter says.
A short video of suspected and additional audio that was released Monday also came from a German cellphone, which brought police police photos and audio. The authorities said Germany was a hero for recording potential vital evidence before he was killed.
Carter encouraged the public to pay attention to the behavior of the male video, showing him walking on an abandoned railway bridge near Delphi, which is about 60 miles (95 kilometers) northwest of Indianapolis.
"Do you recognize habits as a person you may know? And remember, he walks on the former railway bridge, and because of the bad condition of the bridge the suspect does not walk naturally, because of the spacing between of relationships, "he said.
The police also sought public assistance in determining the identity of a motorist who parked a car on a county road in Delphi near Hoosier Heartland Highway between noon and 5:00 on February 13, 2017 – the day killing girls.
The girl's body was found the next day in a rugged, woody area nearly a quarter mile from the bridge, near a local trail network of girls
Invited by Carter does not contact the relatives of girls for at least two weeks, saying that they have learned new evidence Monday morning.
During the days of murders, investigators released two grain images of a suspect walking the bridge and an audio recording of a person believed to be saying "down the hill."
An audio clip released on Monday includes both audio but longer and takes the suspect saying, "Guys, down the hill," says Sgt. Kim Riley with the State Police.
Investigators surveyed thousands of men looking for men, but no arrest warrant was issued and no arrests were made.
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