INDIANAPOLIS – The authorities released the video Monday of a man who was suspected two years ago of killing two Indiana teens and urged the public to examine the material in which the man stood up An abandoned railroad bridge that the girls had visited while hiking The day they were killed.
The Indiana State Police also released a new sketch of the suspect, which, according to US police superintendent Doug Carter, was produced thanks to "new information and intelligence" raised during the investigation of the killing of 14-year-old dead. the old German Liberty and 13-year-old Abigail Williams. At a meeting in the birthplace of the girls of Delphi, he said that a composite sketch previously published on the basis of eyewitness accounts believed to have seen the man was subordinate to the second sketch. Carter said the investigators believe the man is between the ages of 18 and 40, and that he either lives or lives in Delphi or regularly visits or works in the area. He pledged that the police would solve the case, and during the briefing he addressed the suspect directly.
"We believe you are in sight, for more than two years you never thought we would switch to another investigator strategy, but we have," he said.
The video of the suspect and additional audio recordings, which was also released on Monday, came from the German mobile phone. The authorities have hailed her as a hero because she may have recorded crucial evidence before she was killed.
Carter called on the public to pay close attention to the man's behavior in the video that takes him across an abandoned railroad bridge near Delphi. This is approximately 95 miles (95 kilometers) northwest of Indianapolis.
"Do you recognize the mannerisms as someone you may know? And remember, he runs on the former railway bridge and because of the deteriorated condition of the bridge the suspect does not go by nature because of the distance between the ties", he said.
The bodies of the girls were found the day after their wanderings in a rugged forest area.
Within days of the killings, the investigators released two grainy photos of a suspect running on the bridge and an audio recording of a man who was supposed to be saying "down the hill."
The audio clip released on Monday contains the same audio, but is longer and captures the suspect by saying, "Guys, down the hill," said Sgt. Kim Riley to the State Police.
Investigators searched thousands of leaders for the man, but no arrest warrants were issued and no arrests were made.
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