DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) - People from across Delphi and other states gathered at the Freedom Bridge on February 13 to remember the lives of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, who were murdered four years ago that day.
The second annual "Abby and Libby memorial Walk" featured a vigil with flowers and gifts from attendees. Wristbands for Abby and Libby were also given out.
The trail could not be walked due to icy conditions.
Organizer and Delphi native Anthony Greeno says the event has grown exponentially since last year's initial walk. Then, only a handful of people showed up.
This year, dozens gathered in the frigid air.
"To me it just shows that we are together," Greeno said.
"When something happens in a small community like this, we're family. Everybody knows everybody here and we come together as one and support one another in everything that we do."
Greeno and co-organizer Randy Gravitt gave a small speech to the crowd, calling for continued support for the families of Abby and Libby, and continued efforts to find their killer.
"And for you guys to show up here today in support of Abby and Libby means the world to me, I know that they would be proud of all of you, I know the family is proud," Greeno said to the crowd.
The investigation into Abby and Libby's murder is still ongoing. If you have any information about their murder or the killer, please call the investigation tip-line at 844-459-5786, or email your information to email@example.com. Attached police sketches from the Indiana State Police of the suspect.