Not even a full day after Abigail Williams and Liberty German of Delphi, Indiana, went missing, police made the discovery that everyone feared on Tuesday, February 14: the bodies of two young girls.
Abigail and Liberty were dropped off near Monon High Bridge, a stunning spot that draws out local hikers, on Monday with the expectation that they’d meet back there to be picked up later on. When they never returned, the families started to worry. They were officially reported missing at 5:30 p.m.
Abigail and Liberty posted their last snaps at about 2:07 p.m. After that, their phones either died or were turned off.
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In their final posts, they were seen walking on the bridge and hiking in the surrounding area.
At one point, police wanted to issue an Amber Alert, but investigators later decided that the situation did not fit the criteria based on what they were told at the time.