DELPHI – A change is coming to the investigation of the murders of those two young Delphi girls.
State Police Public Information Officer Sergeant Kim Riley a public and media statement is planned for noon Monday at the Canal Center in Delphi.
State Police Superintendent Doug Carter is scheduled to make an announcement on behalf of the multi-agency task force agency that has investigated the deaths of Libby German and Abby Williams for more than two years ago.
The girls were walking along a trail when they were killed.
Riley says Carter and Captain Dave Bursten will share information about a new direction of the investigation, but will not answer any further questions about the investigation.
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