DELPHI — For the third year in a row, a group of family, friends and volunteers from the Delphi community will come together and honor Abby Williams by packing "Angel Boxes" for children in need.
Abby and her friend, Libby, were killed on February 13, 2016 by an unknown person. Since their murders, family and friends have worked to keep their memory alive through various projects and community events.
The project started with family and turned into something much bigger during its first year in 2016.
Anna Williams, Abby's mother, says the group packed roughly 150 boxes last year.
Each one of "Abby's Angel Boxes" will contain a Christmas surprise as well as dozens of other items that children may need.
Williams says anything on the list below is appreciated, but they are always in need of more school supplies including pencils and erasers to fill the boxes.
You can drop off your donations at WMRS Radio at 132 N. Main Street in Monticello or you can contact Abby's Angels on Facebook to set up a pick-up or drop-off.
It's been more than two and a half years since Libby and Abby were murdered and their killer is still out there.
If you recognize the man in the video above or have any information about the case call the Delphi Murder Tip Line at 844-459-5786.