Possible Break In Indiana ‘Snapchat Murders’ Of Abigail Williams & Liberty German
A break in a year-old Indiana murder case may finally have occurred thanks to a recent arrest in an unrelated case.
POSSIBLE BREAK IN INDIANA SNAPCHAT KILLING CASE
Teenagers Abigail Williams and Liberty German were killed over a year ago, last giving out a Snapchat message by Indiana’s Old Monon Bridge. Tragically, they were soon declared missing and their bodies were located the following day.
While an arrest in this case has yet to occur, a lead arose in the arrest of John Miller, who was taken into custody for the several decade-old murder of April Tinsley. It would happen to take Miller a mere two hours to drive from his house to Delphi, where Williams and German were last known to be.
RadarOnline spoke with the Indiana State Police Department’s Sgt. Kim Riley on the plausible link between Miller and the two girls. “At this time, we are looking at all aspects of the tips, information from other departments and all of the persons of interest we have on file,” Riley explained. “I cannot comment on any one person in the course of the investigation.”
Riley did confirm that although they are not at liberty to discuss the investigation and how it’s being handled, the police remain dedicated to solving this case. “We are still actively working the case and are committed to bring this case to an end,” Riley exclaims. Miller, meanwhile, denies his involvement in Tinsley’s murder.