DELPHI, Ind. (WTHI) - The investigation into the deaths of two young Indiana girls in Delphi, Indiana will move in a new direction.
This new invitation was included in an invitation sent to the media on Friday, to attend a Monday press conference.
Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter will make an announcement on behalf of the Multi-Agency Taskforce.
No other details were released.
On Valentine's Day of 2017, Abigail Williams and Libby German were found dead, just a day after they went missing while walking on a trail.
Up until this point, the suspect they've been looking for has been described as a white man with a goatee.
The press conference happens at noon in Delphi.
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