Delphi double homicide investigation continues
Tuesday, 16 January 2018 00:04

INDIANAPOLIS - Monday morning (Jan.15) members of the Liberty German family and Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter appeared on a live segment of the Megyn Kelly TODAY show to help keep the double homicide of Liberty German and Abigail Williams in the public eye. Late last year there was a similar appearance on the Dr. PHIL show.

The one-year anniversary of the teen girls' deaths near Delphi approaches next month.

Also, as part of the families’ efforts to develop investigative leads, information has been shared with numerous police agencies across the nation.

Speaking on behalf of all the law enforcement agencies working on this active homicide investigation, the ISP Department reports it is grateful to the media and other police agencies for sharing the family poster about these murders. 

"We are confident someone knows who was responsible for these murders and we encourage them to come forward with their tip information," an IPS spokesperson said. The tip phone number is 844-459-5786 and callers may remain anonymous. Tips can also be sent by email to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The state police are also correcting some inadvertent misinformation connected to the case that occurred in Tennessee. One agency in Tennessee shared the information on its Facebook site with wording that misled some to understand that the investigation had extended into southeastern Tennessee. This is untrue. But the investigation does continue on a nation-wide basis.

The timing of the original Tennessee Facebook post and the live airing on the Megyn Kelly TODAY show resulted in misinformation being shared on the show, and one purpose of this state police release is to correct the inadvertent misinformation.

As this remains an active investigation, the Indiana State Police is not speaking to specifics of any particular tips or leads that are being investigated. To date, more than 26,000 tips have been investigated. At such time that an arrest is made, media will be notified.