Families of Delphi murder victims unveil plans for honorary softball fields, fundraiser

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KOKOMO, Ind. – The families of Abby Williams and Libby German plan to build a sports complex to honor the Delphi murder victims.

During a press conference Thursday evening, family members said they plan to raise money for the project at an event at the Dusty Boot Saloon in Kokomo on July 15.

An organizer at the announcement said they plan to have multiple acts perform at the “Abby and Libby Field of Dreams Memorial Concert.” Saving Abel will headline the concert. The band shared the message below, encouraging people to help find whoever murdered the Delphi teens.

Family members say they want the complex to include a couple softball fields and a park, where the girls can be remembered.

Photo of Abigail Williams and Liberty German

“We’ll find peace when we walk through our park,” said Abby’s mother. “We know the girls will be there. They’ll be there.”

When asked about how they feel the murder investigation is going, one family member said they have faith in the detectives handling the case.

“We believe in the police. We believe they’re doing their job right.”

No timeline has been set for the complex, but the families are hoping to throw the first pitch next spring.

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