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Libby German’s older sister, one of two girls who were murdered in Delphi, Indiana, in 2017, hopes that 2021 will be the year the killer is finally caught.
Kelsi German took to Twitter on Sunday to wish her little sister “a heavenly happy birthday.” Liberty ‘Libby’ German would have turned 18 that day.
‘You are having the most glorious birthday, but we wish you were here celebrating with us. I miss you so much, ” Kelsi wrote. ‘Pray 2021 is the year.
Libby German Age
Libby German was 14 years old.
who kidnapped and killed her then-14-year-old sister and her 13-year-old friend
Abigail ‘Abby’ Williams, as the girls walked on an abandoned rail bridge in Delphi in February 2017.
A photo of a man in blue jeans and a blue jacket believed to be the killer of the girls was found on Libby’s phone, along with an audio recording of the suspect saying, “Down the hill.” .
Almost four years after the double homicide, no suspects have been identified or arrests made, but Indiana State Police officials have repeatedly insisted that the murders have not become an ‘unsolved case’.
‘We are still working very hard on this case. It is not something we have postponed. It’s not a cold case, ‘said Sgt. Kim Riley of the Lafayette Post of the Indiana State Police said in February of this year.
A memorial park dedicated to Libby and Abby is scheduled to open in Delphi early next year.
“We’ve always said this is a life legacy,” Abby’s grandmother Diane Erskin told WTHR this month. ‘We don’t want headstones. That is not what we had planned for them. Life and growth plans, so they will not be here physically, but spiritually and emotionally. This will be the place where we will think about Abby and Libby the most, I think.
Kelsi German, Libby’s sister, has been studying forensic psychology to help catch the killer
Libby had posted photos of herself on Snapchat walking across the bridge the day she and Abby disappeared.
Authorities also released the “downhill” audio recording, which Kelsi said she had listened to over and over again and was convinced the man’s voice sounded familiar.
The images and audio came from Liberty’s cell phone and police hailed her as a hero for recording the potentially crucial evidence.