Finding justice for Abby and Libby



It has been five years since two missing Delphi teens were found dead in a wooded area near the Monon High Bridge Trail. Five years, tens-of-thousands of leads, video, and sound of the person of interest, and still no suspect.

Police have little to say on the case – but remain adamant that they believe the killer could still be in the area.

During a past press conference Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter addressed the killer.

“Directly to the killer, who may be in this room,” he said. “We believe you are hiding in plain sight . . . We likely have interviewed you or someone close to you . . . You want to know what we know, and one day, you will.”

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In December, ISP released a press conference asking the community’s help. Specifically asking for information regarding the anthony_shots social media profile. ISP made a new plea to the community last week.

“Investigators would also like any individual that communicated with, met, or attempted to meet the anthony_shots profile to contact law enforcement utilizing the tip hotline listed above. Please provide as much information as you possibly can. For example, when you communicated with anthony_shots, how you communicated with the profile, what social media applications the account used, and if anthony_shots attempted to meet you or obtain your address. If you have saved images or conversations with the anthony_shots profile, please attach them to your email,” the department released in a statement.



Kegan Kline, who it has been revealed is the alleged owner of the anthony_shots account, is being held in a child exploitation and child pornography case in Miami County. The case in unrelated to the Delphi case. HLN investigative producer Barbara MacDonald, author of the Down the Hill podcast, spoke with Kline from jail. She asked Kline about the anthony_shots account. Kline said police told him that the anthony_shots account was the last to communicate with Libby German before her murder.

When MacDonald asked Kline if he talked to German on Feb. 13, 2017, Kline said, “That’s what they said. That’s what the police told me.”

White County Prosecutor Bob Guy said he knows investigators continue to work hard on the case.

“Five years seems like an awful long time, but with God’s will, a lot of hard work, and a little luck, I think they will solve it.”

Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby says the case is far from cold.

“We continue to diligently seek the justice so honorably owed to Abby, Libby, their respective families, and our dedicated, local community,” he said in a released statement. “To that end, I want to stress that the investigation is still quite active and is not a cold case.

“We also continue to encourage the submission of valid and valuable information which will help us to attain the goal of justice for our precious Abby and Libby. Thank you to all who have come alongside us in our ongoing efforts.”

Carter said his department is also, “Working diligently every day with our county, local, and federal partners, we continue to give our very best efforts to solve this case. Abby, Libby, their families, and the Delphi community deserve nothing less. We also continue to ask for tips to be submitted, because one day we will obtain that one piece of information we seek … the identity of the person responsible for this senseless crime.”

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