DELPHI, India (WGN) – Nearly five years after the murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German on a trail in Delphi, Indiana, authorities have issued a major update hopefully the public can help find out who is behind a fake online account.
On February 13, 2017, Williams and German disappeared while hiking near Monon Bridge. The next day, their bodies were discovered. Police later released surveillance video and audio of the suspect; a man wearing blue jeans, a blue jacket and a hoodie.
The case turned cold in a small town north of Indiana about two hours by car from Chicago.
On Monday night, Indiana State Police said a fake online profile called “anthony_shots” was used on Snapchat and Instagram between 2016 and 2017. The fake account depicted a Male model with images showing wealth. Detectives said the account would contact underage girls to solicit nude pictures, obtain their addresses and find a way to meet them.
Investigators want any individual who has contacted, met with, or attempted to meet the “anthony_shots” record to contact law enforcement.
Police have identified the man in the photos used in the file, and he is not under investigation.
Monday’s announcement is the first major update since the Indiana State Police released an updated, younger sketch of the suspect more than two years ago.
Below is a collection of images used by the fake account and a video of the authorities.
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