Delphi families promote 'Remembering Abby & Libby' food drive

Posted at 12:55 PM, Feb 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-12 08:25:40-05

DELPHI — The families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams are inviting others to remember the girls by giving back to their community.

Thursday, February 13 will mark three years since the day Libby and Abby went missing. Their bodies were found the following morning on February 14, 2017.

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In honor of the girls, their families are inviting the Delphi community to donate non-perishable food or pet items to the 'Remembering Abby and Libby Food Drive.'

Donations will be accepted on February 13 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Delphi United Methodist Church at 1796 US 421 in Delphi.

Other ways the families say you can remember Libby & Abby include:

  • Lighting a candle
  • Saying a prayer
  • Keeping an orange light on
  • Displaying purple and teal ribbons
  • Showing kindness
  • Hugging a child
  • Having Hope
  • Living with a purpose

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Police are still searching for Libby and Abby's killer.

Indiana State Police ask anyone who has any information about Libby and Abby's murders or who recognizes the man in the image, video, audio or sketch below to reach out.

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 we can contact you for possible clarification of your tip is helpful but not required

Tips can remain anonymous.

The reward for information leading to the arrest of the Delphi killer is at just over $250,000.

Tip Information Contacts
Tip Line: (844) 459-5786
Indiana State Police: (800) 382-7537
Carroll County Sheriff: (765) 564-2413

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