Original Publish date: Aug 14, 2017
DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) — Six months ago today, the bodies of Delphi teenagers Abby Williams and Libby German were found near a trail in Carroll County.
Police have not yet made an arrest in the case, but that does not mean the community is losing faith in catching the girls' killer.
On February 14th, the bodies of the girls were found less than a day after they were reported missing by family.
The news devastated their loved ones and shocked the community.
Police released a composite sketch of their main suspect last month. It's something the people closest to Abby and Libby hope will get them closer to justice.
"We got to make this guy's world smaller," said Mike Patty, grandfather of Libby German. "That's what it's all about is telling the right person. Somebody out there knows and I ask those people to call in. Whatever tip you may have, you may think it's small, just please call it in."
Over the weekend, the first Abby and Libby Golf Outing was held at Monticello's Pine View.
Proceeds will go towards the Carroll County Community Foundation.
Organizers say around $3,000 dollars was raised.
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