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Sister of Indiana murder victim debunks rumors about still-open case

Posted at 11:55 AM, Jul 10, 2019

DELPHI, Ind. — It’s been nearly two and a half years since Liberty German and Abigail Williams were murdered in Delphi and the rumors surrounding the case continue.

Both families have been open, sharing stories and pleading for tips to help find the girls’ killer, but that hasn’t kept them out of the public’s scrutiny.

Kelsi German, Libby’s older sister, has been especially involved in the case, creating social media accounts and holding a panel along members from both families and Indiana State Police at Crime Con this year.

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Kelsi German has also been very vocal in her efforts to debunk rumors being spread about the family and the case. There have been so many in fact, that she felt the need to address them publicly in a live chat Tuesday evening.

Some of the rumors involved things that happened the day Libby and Abby went missing, others were about family members and things entirely unrelated to the case.

Kelsi German also started with a detailed timeline of exactly what happened the day she dropped Libby and Abby off at the Monon High Bridge in Delphi.

You can watch Kelsi German's full live chat on below.


Police are still searching for the killer of Libby German and Abby Williams.

Indiana State Police ask anyone who has any information about the murders or who recognizes the man in the image, video, audio or sketch below to reach out.

Remember the following things when submitting a tip:

  • Be specific as possible to a description
  • Name and age if possible
  • A connection to Delphi and that person’s location or address at this time
  • Leaving information on how we can contact you for possible clarification of your tip is helpful but not required

Tips can remain anonymous.

The reward for information leading to the arrest of the Delphi killer is now at just over $250,000.

Tip Information Contacts

Tip Line: (844) 459-5786
Indiana State Police: (800) 382-7537
Carroll County Sheriff: (765) 564-2413<p>

This story was originally published by Katie Cox on WRTV in Indianapolis.