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ABC News(DELPHI, Indiana) — The mysterious murder of two Delphi girls deepened this week when Indiana State Police revealed new clues about the killer, including that he may live in the tight-knit Indiana community.But this new information — including a new sketch and more video evidence — seems to leave the public with more questions than answers.The crimeEighth-graders Abby Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14, were enjoying a day off from school on Feb. 13, 2017, when they vanished on a hiking path.Abby and Libby snapped this photo on the bridge on the day they disappeared.Their bodies were found the next day near the trail.The male suspect — seen in this new sketch released on Monday — is believed to be between 18 and 40 years old, but may appear younger than his age, police said.Indiana State Police released a new sketch of the suspect in the unsolved murders of two teen girls.Police had previously released a different composite sketch of the suspect.Former FBI agent and ABC News contributor Brad Garrett said the new sketch likely came from a new witness — “someone that’s come forward, maybe alleging to have actually seen the guy they’re looking for.”“The difficulty in any sort of sketch is that it’s difficult obviously for people to remember exactly what somebody else looks like … it’s not uncommon for sketches to not necessarily look like the person you’re looking for,” Garrett said, which can translate into false leads.Callahan Walsh, a child advocate with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, agreed.“I think they have some new information. I think they have a new eyewitness who has come forward,” he told “Good Morning America” Tuesday. “The [new] sketch isn’t created from the video. A sketch like that is mostly done when someone is describing what a person looks like — it’s not a computer generated image from that video.”‘Hiding in plain sight’The killer is believed to currently or previously live in Delphi, work in town or visit on a regular basis, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter announced Monday.“We believe you are hiding in plain sight” and even “may be in this room,” Carter said at a news conference.“We likely have interviewed you or someone close to you,” Carter said.From the beginning, Garrett said he believed the killer was local and “attached to this community” of nearly 3,000 people.“Carroll County, Indiana, is very rural … when the superintendent of the police says ‘local,’ that’s not just the town of Delphi. That’s Carroll County,” Garrett said. “This person could well live 15 miles from Delphi, but they’re from here, they know that trail, they walk that trail … it’s reasonable to think that the killer isn’t down the street from the trail, but he’s in the proximity.”Garrett said that particular trail likely wouldn’t have visitors from outside the area.“The idea that a random person would happen to be walking down the railroad track and happen upon these two victims, and that they had never been there before, I think is low,” Garrett said.Serial offenders often do not leave the area where they committed their crimes, Garrett said, because “they feel comfortable that they’re not gonna get caught.”“This particular killer, he’s on a remote trail — if he believes that nobody else saw him actually harm these two girls, then in his mind, he feels like he’s home free,” Garrett said.“He’s going to be somebody that is pretty good at keeping his mouth shut. That doesn’t mean somebody doesn’t know something, but he’s been very good at maintaining his lifestyle,” Garrett continued. “Some killers have an innate ability to do that … it goes with criminals’ ability to place their life in boxes — commit these crimes, do awful things, continue on their normal life.”Walsh said it’s likely the killer is “very close to the investigation” and is likely “trying to take the temperature of the investigators to determine what they know and how hot on his trail they are.”“It’s not unlikely he could have been a volunteer in the search” for the girls that first day they went missing, Walsh added.An abandoned carOfficials also said Monday they’re looking for the driver of a car mysteriously abandoned on the day the girls’ bodies were found.Carter did not elaborate on the car’s involvement in the case. But Garrett said he believes investigators either just learned about the car recently or were unable to find the driver.“Maybe this car has taken on a different significance in this investigation,” he said.In 2017, police released a grainy image of someone seen on the trail the day the girls went missing along with a chilling recording found on Libby’s phone with just three words heard: “Down the hill.”On Monday, state police released new audio and video footage from Libby’s phone.The brief video clip shows the suspect walking on the bridge near where the girls were last seen.“When you see the video, watch the person’s mannerisms as they walk,” Carter said Monday. “Do you recognize the mannerisms as being someone you might know?”It’s hard to decipher what the suspect says in the new audio clips.“The person talking … is the person on the bridge with the girls,” Carter told reporters. “Please listen to it very, very carefully.”Garrett said he doesn’t understand why state police waited two years to release the additional footage.“The critical window many times in catching people quickly is to release as much evidence as you can that won’t compromise the case — maximum amount of video, maximum amount of audio that you can get out there to trigger somebody to come forward,” Garrett said. “That’s how you get really good tips.”But to Walsh, the delayed release of the video and audio helps keep “the community invested in this crime.”“And if anybody out there who did know anything and maybe it’s weighing on their conscience, they’re seeing it out there again and they’re getting a reminder that they need to do the right thing,” Walsh said.Walsh thinks Monday’s press conference was an appeal to the community in hopes that more eyewitnesses will come forward.“People sometimes think their tip may be insignificant so they don’t say anything — but it can often be the key that unlocks the door to justice,” he said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. 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RIPLEY COUNTY, Ind. — The Ripley County Drug Awareness Coalition is currently searching for a new coordinator.The coordinator supports and coordinates activities of the council such as special events and educational and awareness programs.The coordinator also works closely with Executive Committee members, news media, and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.If you are interested or would like more information call Becci Allen at 812-560-6463.
Fellaini’s midfield partner Michael Carrick is already ruled out for around two months with an ankle injury, leaving Ander Herrera, Tom Cleverley and Darren Fletcher as United’s only fit central midfielders. Fellaini has endured a disappointing career at Old Trafford since his £27.5million move from Everton on transfer deadline day last summer. He was booed by some United fans during the pre-season win over Valencia but also scored the winning goal. Fellaini appeared as a substitute in Saturday’s Barclays Premier League defeat to Swansea, replacing Herrera for the last 23 minutes of the match. Press Association Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller – one of the stars of his nation’s victorious World Cup campaign with five goals – appeared to hint at an offer from United in an interview with German newspaper Sport Bild. Asked if he knew of United’s interest, Muller said: “Of course – I was aware I could theoretically earn more with a transfer. “The sums that were standing by from foreign clubs were already astronomical. I can only say that a change was never really an issue anyway.” Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo claimed in Spanish media that his club pulled out of the running for Reus because they could not match a more lucrative offer that United had already had rejected. Despite the near-certain completion of a deal with Rojo, United appeared to suffer more frustration in the transfer market on Wednesday when Marouane Fellaini reportedly sustained an injury in training. United have not commented on the extent of the injury, but pictures in The Sun showed the 26-year-old on crutches with his left foot in a protective cast. Fellaini had been expected to tie up a loan move to Serie A club Napoli before the end of the transfer window and that move is clearly now in doubt. New United boss Louis Van Gaal has made it clear he does not see a future for Fellaini at Old Trafford despite mounting injury problems at the club. Marcos Rojo is set to complete his move to Manchester United, but the club have dismissed reports linking them to unsuccessful bids for Thomas Muller and Marco Reus. Argentinian defender Rojo arrived in Manchester by private jet on Wednesday to discuss personal terms and undergo a medical after United agreed a £16million fee with Sporting Lisbon. But United insist rumours of failed moves for the German pair are untrue, with a United spokesman telling Press Association Sport: “It is not true that we made offers for Muller or Reus at any stage.”
Ghanaian international, Mubarak Wakaso has said he will call it time on his Black Stars career after he has won a trophy with the team.After a painful exit in the recently ended 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt against Tunisia, the midfielder broke down in tears.The 29-year-old said he will only stop playing for his country after he has helped the team lift a trophy.The Black Stars’ trophy drought continues for another two years after missing out on the 2019 AFCON title – a competition the Algerians emerged as winners.The midfielder was arguably the best player of the tournament for the Black Stars with his spirited performances from the group stages to the round of 16.He made this revelation in an exclusive interview with Citi TV’s host of Face to Face, Godfred Akoto Boafo.“I can’t complete my time with the Black Stars without winning something,” he said“I need to win something before I stop.” He added.He also spoke about the transition in the team as some new faces made their tournament debut.The likes of Thomas Agyepong, Samuel Owusu, and Kwabena Owusu all made the list for their maiden appearance in the Africa Cup of Nations.“To be honest there are young ones coming up and we have to make way for them to also continue but we must set an example for them to come and continue.”The Deportivo Alaves player touched on a lot of issues concerning the exit of the Black Stars from the AFCON in Egypt.He also spoke about his relationship with Kwesi Appiah, the head coach of the team among other issues that led to the exit of the team.