A man has been arrested and charged with murder in the 2017 killings of 2 teen girls in Indiana
Abby and Libby were dropped off near the MA man who has been arrested and charged with murder in the 2017 killings of 2 teen girls in Indianaonon High Bridge in Delphi, approximately 65 miles northwest of Indianapolis, at approximately 1:00 PM on February 13, 2017. The girls arranged for a relative to pick them up at one point, but they never showed up. At approximately 5:44:44:30 p.m., the police were called regarding the missing girls. families and police began searching the area but were unable to find the children. He said at the outset that he was not worried that he was in danger, however, at 12.
around 3:00 PM. The next day, authorities found his two bodies near Deer Creek, about half a mile upstream from the last sighted bridge. On February 15, police shared a photo of the suspect wearing blue jeans, a blue jacket, and a hoodie in hopes that someone in the community could identify the suspect. A five-and-a-half-year federal investigation into the murder of two of his teenagers in Indiana has ended, and one of his locals has been arrested, officials said Monday.
Murder in the 2017 killings of 2 teen girls in Indiana
How investigators arrested his 50-year-old Richard M. Allen in Delphi remains a mystery for now, as the court has sealed the indictment and the investigation is ongoing. Authorities say Allen faces two charges against him in his 2017 murder. Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14. The two went hiking along the Delphi Historical Trail in February of that year but did not go to see Libby’s father at the agreed-upon time, police said. Their bodies were found the next day in a wooded area near the trail, about 800 m (800 m) from the Monong Bridge. Grainy videos and garbled audio recordings of the man walking were among the few clues released by authorities over the years.
CVS confirmed that Allen worked at her chain of drugstores, but did not disclose the location. The company is shocked and devastated and “stands ready to cooperate with police investigations wherever possible,” the statement said. Libby’s grandmother, Becky Patty, and her aunt, Tara German, were informed Wednesday that someone was in custody, and on Friday said police were working at her CVS in Delphi. Said she knew it was Allen. Patty didn’t know Allen, she said, but German was a regular at CVS and had known Allen from shopping at the store. She remembered a remarkable encounter with Allen after Libby’s death.