A newly released sketch of a man suspected of killing two Indiana teenagers in 2017 was created only days after the girls' slayings, but authorities aren't saying why they held onto it for more than two years.
The new face of the suspected killer behind the 2017 slayings of 2 girls in Indiana released to the public by officials on Monday was apparently sketched days after the victim's bodies were discovered.
Indiana police have released new clues about a killer they believe is hiding in plain sight. Teenagers Abigail Williams and Liberty German disappeared in February 2017 after going for a hike by an abandoned rail bridge near Delphi, Indiana. The case drew national attention when their bodies were discovered a day later. Don Dahler reports.