Latest
Recommended
Published: Sat, February 18, 2017
Technology | By Tonya May

Girls Post Haunting Last Snapchats Before Bodies Are Found Dumped In Creek

Girls Post Haunting Last Snapchats Before Bodies Are Found Dumped In Creek

Two bodies found along a northern IN stream are those of two teenage girls who went missing Monday and their deaths are being investigated as homicides, authorities said on Wednesday. They were dropped off by a family member for a hike Monday afternoon near the Monon High Bridge, about half a mile downstream from where their bodies were found.

As the girls started hiking around 2.07pm, the police are also asking anyone who was parked at High Bridge Trail Head on February 13 between the hours of 1pm and 5pm to get in touch.

An autopsy on the bodies began at 8 a.m. Wednesday in Terre Haute.

The deaths were being investigated as homicides.

"We honestly don't know but that picture [of the man] is important for us to be able to move forward in this investigation", Leazenby said.

Delphi resident Richard Gardiner said Wednesday after the police announcement that the girls' killings had left him and other residents stunned.

They are of the two missing girls that went hiking Monday afternoon and never returned.

Jedward favourite to win in Celebrity Big Brother finale
She added: 'It has made me realise I can be strong and whatever happens, I know I will survive it. Runners up were madcap Irish duo Jedward who came third in their previous Big Brother experience.

On Tuesday, two bodies were found in a creek not far from the trail.

'At the moment we've talked to everybody that we feel that has been through there and none of them are coming up as suspect, ' Riley said.

"You should be always anxious about your children, today or any day", he said.

He says in a situation like this, a parent's goal should be to reassure; especially when so much anxiety comes from speculation.

"We're confident of that.And bring justice", Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby said during a news conference.

Riley said in a news release that police are seeking the public's help in identifying the person so he or she can be questioned.

Police are still hoping to find the person in this photo below who they believe was on the trail that day around the same time Abby and Libby went missing.

Like this: