Shaky video from the phone of one of two murdered Delphi girls may show the man who killed them, Indiana State Police said Monday.
The video, which police had previously used to capture a blurry still of the man, shows him taking a couple steps along an old railroad trestle.
A newly-released composite sketch looks much younger than the picture police have disseminated for the past two years.
The new rendering makes the suspect look significantly younger than the picture police released in the immediate aftermath of the killings, a face ISP Superintendent Doug Carter made reference to in his remarks.
“We also believe this person is from Delphi currently, or has previously lived here, visits Delphi on a regular basis or works here," Carter says. "We believe this person is currently between the age range of 18 and 40, but might appear younger than his true age.”
During a press conference during which he did not take any questions from reporters, an emotional Carter spoke directly to the person who killed Abby Williams and Libby German.
“We believe you are hiding in plain sight. For more than two years, you never thought we would shift gears to a different investigative strategy," Carter says. "But we have.”
Police also released an extended audio clip which they say is the voice of their main suspect. It’s a slightly longer sound byte than one previously released in which the man is heard to say “down the hill” before the audio cuts out.
And authorities now say they’re looking for a car which was parked at the Delphi Child Protective Services office on the day of the murders.