More money has been added to the Delphi double murder investigation reward fund, according to the Indiana State Police.
Police said $100,000 was anonymously donated, bringing the total amount in the fund to $325,000.
The bodies of Abigail Williams and Liberty “Libby” German were found in the woods near a trail in Delphi, Indiana on Valentine’s Day 2017.
Despite having a video, audio, and two sketches from potential witnesses in the area, investigators have yet to find the man responsible for their murders.
The Indiana State Police says the $325,000 will go to anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case.
Authorities have been purposeful in not disclosing much information about the murders, including the girls’ cause of death.
No new information has been released since April 2019 when police released an updated sketch of the alleged suspect.
WIBC host Jason Hammer asked attorney Guy Relford if he thinks it’s time for authorities to release additional cell phone evidence to the public in the hopes that it will aid detectives in their investigation. Click the link below to hear Relford’s insight response.