Residents are being encouraged to use orange light bulbs on their porch as a constant reminder that police are still searching for their killer and the case remains unsolved.
Orange lights have been popping up all over Indiana and across the United states – even at homes as far away as New York.
1000 orange light bulbs were donated today to help "Light Up Delphi" for Abby and Libby. pic.twitter.com/HxtJL1nBZJ
— Gabby Gonzalez Riethmiller (@Gabby_Gonzalez) March 2, 2017
One thousand orange light bulbs were donated by Lowe’s today, and the Delphi Lions Club will be distributing them to residents for free. Any donations they receive will go straight to the girls’ families.
“We need that kind of spirit, that kind of camaraderie,” said Dick Bradshaw, from the Delphi Lions Club. “We need the families to feel they’re being supported. It shows the kind of community we live in. Togetherness and pulling together when things are tough.”
Families can pick up a pack of two orange light bulbs at the following locations in Delphi:
- T & T Pizza King
- Mitchells Mexican Grill
- Delphi Body Works
The giving continues. Nothing but Inspirational. pic.twitter.com/lmngDMQPUO
— Sgt. Tony Slocum (@ISPPeru) March 2, 2017
Police continue to urge anyone with information regarding this case to call the tip line 844-459-5786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, if you would like to donate to the reward fund, checks should be made payable to the Indiana State Police Alliance Foundation. Make sure to put “Delphi Reward” on the memo line and mail your donation to:
Indiana State Police Alliance
1415 Shelby Street
Indianapolis, IN, 46203