New information will be released Monday about the murders of two teens in Delphi.
Sgt. Kim Riley says the sketch that will be released Monday was created by an artist from information collected by all the agencies, including the FBI, involved in the double-murder investigation.
Abby, 13, and Libby, 14, who became good friends as teammates on their seventh-grade volleyball team, were enjoying a day off from middle school on February 13 when they disappeared on a hiking trail near their rural hometown of Delphi. Photo and sketch courtesy Indiana State Police.More news: Mass Grave Found In Bucks County- 1 Body Identified
Their bodies were found not far from their last known location.
He's described by police as white, 5'6"-5'10", weighing 180-220 pounds with reddish-brown hair. The eye color is unknown.
State police have released an artist's composite sketch of a man considered the main suspect in the killings of two northern in girls. The hat in the sketch may not be accurate, police said, adding that the public is asked to focus on the person's facial features. No arrests have been made in the slayings and authorities have not disclosed the cause and manner of the girls' deaths. She also captured a man's voice saying "down the hill" during what police call "criminal activity".More news: Murray and Konta geared up for fourth round at Wimbledon
A reward over $230,000 is available for information leading to an arrest.
Investigators released two grainy images in late February of a man they consider the main suspect in the killings walking along an old railroad bridge the girls had visited while hiking.More news: Wimbledon 2017: Top seed Angelique Kerber lives to fight another day