CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. – The property owner where the bodies of the two missing Delphi girls were found is speaking out as police continue to search for their killer. Giving FOX 59 News a look at the crime scene that sits deep in the woods on his private lot.
The gruesome discovery was made on Ron Logan’s 40-acre lot by a neighbor who volunteered to help with the search.
“I’m going to take you down here and show you everything on how they could have got here. You are going to be just as confused as I was as to how did these two little girls got here from the high bridge with all of this rough terrain without somebody making them come here,” said Logan.
The discovery was less than a mile from the spot where missing teens Liberty German and Abigail Williams were last seen.
Now Logan’s property is a crime scene, filled with investigators, the FBI, and dive teams.
“There were hundreds of cars and vehicles and generator trucks that keep the lights going. They had the whole woods lit up like a football field,” Logan said.
Officials searched every inch of Logan’s 40 acres and the woods behind the nearby Morning Heights Cemetery which is just across the stream from the Monon High Bridge, the last spot the girls were seen.
Right now, the suspect or suspects who killed these girls is still on the run.
Logan has lived on the property for 50 years and he believes it would have been a tough area for the girls to hike through.
“The high bridge is right across the creek here, and it runs all the way down across the creek and the land joins together. The spot where they join together is the last area where there were photographs of the girls.They would have had to come over through this territory…not an easy trip,” said Logan.
Police are processing the evidence gathered here. Hoping for clues that lead to the person who killed 13-year-old Abigail Williams and 14-year-old Liberty German. Although the scene is clear, Logan tells us his property will never be the same.
“I can’t imagine how something like this would happen here because we have had nothing, nothing has happened here,” said Logan.
Officials are continuing to sift through hundreds of tips in the case as they search for the killer.
They are asking that anyone who recognizes the man in this photo to call the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department at 765-564-2413, the Delphi Police Department at 765-564-2345 or the Indiana State Police at 765-567-2125. Callers can remain anonymous.