DELPHI — The FBI has confirmed it's removing personal identifiers about the man who is wanted in the Delphi deaths investigation.
They're doing this at the request of Indiana State Police so the public will focus on the sketch, picture and voice recording.
This means the current height, weight and age of the man identified in the investigation are being removed from the current posters.
It's been more than five years since Abby Williams and Libby German were killed near the Old Monon High Bridge in February 2017.
Their deaths remain unsolved.
Last month, Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter said he believes detectives will identify the person who killed the girls while he's still superintendent for the first time in an interview with WRTV.
"Three years, two years 11 months," Carter said in the interview. "It could be today. We continue to move in a positive direction."
Indiana State Police detectives are still asking for tips.
Detectives are asking for as much information as possible, including:
- When you communicated with anthony_shots
- How you communicated with the profile
- What social media applications the account used
- If anthony_shots attempted to meet you or obtain your address
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 detectives can contact you for possible clarification of your tip is helpful but not required
Tips can remain anonymous.
Tip Information Contacts
Tip Line: (765)-822-3535
Indiana State Police: (800) 382-7537
Carroll County Sheriff: (765) 564-2413
WRTV Senior Digital Content Producer Andrew Smith assisted with this report.