Published: Sat, February 25, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jose Becker

Reward Offered For Info On Indiana Murder Suspect

Reward Offered For Info On Indiana Murder Suspect

Authorities investigating the murders of two central IN teenagers received almost 2,000 tips IN the day after the release of an audio recording of the possible killer.

"That young lady is a hero, there is no doubt", Indiana State Police Capt. David Bursten said on Wednesday.

Police said Libby, 14, had the presence of mind to hit record on her phone before she was killed in Delphi last week.

The two teenagers were found dead Tuesday, Feb. 14, along the banks of Deer Creek just east of Delphi, after having gone missing the day before. The audio and photo released of a suspect were taken from the cell phone of one of the victims, Libby German.

The Indiana State Police Alliance (ISPA) has established an account for individuals or businesses wishing to donate to the Delphi Reward Fund. Checks should be made payable to the Indiana State Police Alliance Foundation.

Detectives say they are still searching for a suspect. Investigators aren't sure if they're looking for one or more than one killer.

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An autopsy performed February 15 determined the manner of death was homicide, but other details from the autopsy - cause of death or specific injuries the girls suffered - have not been released to the public.

Police have released only a still image from the video and a loop of the words "Down the hill" in repetition.

Police released a photo last week of the man they are now calling the main suspect in the girls' murders. Their deaths are being investigated as homicides. Meanwhile, the Indiana State Police say parents everywhere should always keep a close eye on their children.

Police said they were withholding some information in the case for investigative purposes.

"We're hoping that someone out there will say, oh my goodness, that's a cousin, that's an uncle, that's the guy next door", Leazenby said.

A $41,000 reward is being offered for information that helps solve the case, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced this week. Why Carroll County? Why the region, the state, the nation?

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