May 14, 2022
Indiana police are still working to identify boy found dead in a suitcase
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Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]police are hopeful that the pending toxicology report will offer more information and "hopefully lead us in a direction to solve this," Sgt. Carey Huls with the Indiana State Police told CNN. Police look to identify the body of child found in a wooded area in IndianaThe child's body was found inside a hard-shell suitcase with a "distinctive Las Vegas design on its front and back," Indiana State Police said in a statement. State police were called to investigate after an area resident who was mushroom hunting discovered the suitcase on April 16 and immediately called 911, the agency said. Huls told CNN affiliate Wave3 that the integrity of this investigation is "utmost," adding that "unless we can determine that releasing information is going to help the investigation instead of hinder it, that's what we have to go by at this point." Read MoreThe investigation is not "precluding anything," Huls told Wave3, adding that the child "could be from any part of the world as far as we're concerned." State police detectives are leading the investigation and the department established a toll-free tip line for the case, which has received between 500 and 1,000 calls, according to Huls. Investigators hope the image of the suitcase will lead to tips that can help them identify the child. "We are getting a lot of people on the internet searching for missing children, which is not what we need right now," Huls told CNN. "We have contact with all of those agencies and we are always checking that. We don't have a match there." Huls said police anticipate that the child will not be listed on any registry and they are looking for individuals who might have first-hand knowledge that could lead to the child's identification and clarity on the circumstances of his death. Anyone with information that could help identify the boy is urged to call the toll-free tip number established for the case at 1-888-437-6432.
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Major update in Delphi murder case as chilling new details revealed about deaths of Abby William, 13, & Libby German, 14
AUTHORITIES have revealed chilling new details linked to the unsolved Delphi "Snapchat murders" of two best friends in 2017.
On February 13, 2017, Liberty "Libby" German, 14, and Abby William, 13, were last spotted hiking the Delphia Historic Trail in Indiana.3Best friends Libby German and Abby William were last seen hiking the Delphia Historic Trail in Indiana in 2017Credit: YouTube 3The teens' bodies were found on February 15, 2017, following a desperate search by authoritiesCredit: WTHR 3The brief Snapchat clip features an unidentified male who is suspected to be connected to the teens' murdersCredit: Indiana State Police
After being reported missing by their parents, a desperate search ensued, and the teens' bodies were discovered murdered on the same trail the following day.
Investigators have followed many leads throughout the years and on Tuesday revealed new clues that claim the possible suspect in the case lived at a property near where the teens were found.
Court documents released by the Murder Sheet podcast detail a search warrant was made on March 17, 2017.
The request is to search the home of Ronald Logan, which is 1,400 feet from where the bodies of Libby and Abby were found.Read more on this caseFAMILY FIGHTS BACK Sister of Delphi 'Snapchat murder' victim slams vile online trollsLAST MOMENTS ALIVE Inside Delphi murder victim's final hours as sister reveals last words
In the docs, FBI agents noted that pieces of clothing from one of the victims were missing, and the crime scene was tampered with as the "girls' bodies were moved and stages."
Federal investigators said there were no visible signs of a struggle or a fight.
Officials suspected the killer had taken a souvenir and called it common for perpetrators to memorialize the crime scene with pictures.
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