Teen Hikers Who Went Missing After Sharing Snapchat Photos Are Found Dead


Police said Wednesday volunteers found the girls' bodies upstream from the Monon High Bridge east of Delphi, about 50 feet from the creek bank.

Their deaths are now being treated as murders.

"This is considered a double homicide investigation, and no further information will be released at this time", Indiana State Police Sgt. Kim Riley said, the Journal & Courier reports.

Authorities have asked that anybody able to help identifity this man to call Indiana State Police at 765-567-2125 or Delphi Police Department at 765-564-2345.

State police searching the home.

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During their hike, Liberty uploaded a Snapchat photo of Abigail walking on a bridge.

Family members reported the children missing Monday evening after the girls were dropped off to go hiking near an abandoned railroad known as "Mile High Bridge".

"I think people need to be cautious and careful".

"I found myself to the point of tears because of the fear", said Levy. Callers can remain anonymous if they wish.

Authorities have spoken with the victims' families but would not say 'one way or the other' if anything they learned could help with the investigation.

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A man was later seen in the same area of the trails where the girls had been walking, and officers are eager to talk to him.

"We're going to get to the bottom of this".

Authorities say autopsies are taking longer than expected on two bodies found near a northern IN creek during a search for two missing teenage girls.

Tobe Leazenby, the Carroll County sheriff, spoke to the community and media about the discovery of the missing IN teens' bodies by way of a news conference. "And in a small community when it happens, everybody goes berserk".

Authorities have released an image of a man who was seen in the same area the girls were hiking in that day.

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Patty tells PEOPLE Liberty and Abigail were best friends.