Haunting update as the last words of the Delphi Snapchat murder victims are revealed and a sinister clue to a car emerges

Breaking news in the Delphi Snapchat murder case has been revealed as victims’ last words and a new sinister clue to a car were shared in unsealed documents.

Richard Allen was charged with the double murder of teenagers Libby German and Abby Williams in February 2017.

Richard Allen was charged with double murder


Richard Allen was charged with double murderPhoto credit: AP:Associated Press
Libby German and Abby Williams were found dead near an abandoned railroad in Delphi, Indiana, in February 2017


Libby German and Abby Williams were found dead near an abandoned railroad in Delphi, Indiana, in February 2017Photo credit: YouTube

A key piece of evidence that police had previously released to the public was an audio recording of a video on Libby’s phone.

Towards the end of the video, a man can be seen and heard telling Libby and Abby, “Guys, down the hill.”

As soon as the girls go down the hill, the video ends.

A recently unsealed affidavit has revealed that one of the victims mentioned the word “gun” as the man approached the girls.

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A bullet found near the victims’ bodies linked Allen to the horrific killings, the document also said.

Investigators analyzed the bullet and determined that it had passed through Allen’s gun.

Allen voluntarily went to the Indiana State Police post on Oct. 26 to speak with authorities about the recovered bullet, court documents say.

The 50-year-old suspect allegedly couldn’t explain why a bullet from his gun was at the scene and said he “never allowed anyone to use or borrow his firearm”.


The court documents also revealed new details about a car that was sighted near the scene on the day the killings likely took place.

A witness who spoke to police said she noticed “a vehicle was oddly parked near an old Child Protection Service building” as she exited the lanes where the two teenagers were last seen.

The witness said it wasn’t uncommon for vehicles to be parked there, but “the way it was parked, backwards near the building,” caught her attention.

Another witness noticed the oddly parked car on the same day and within the same time frame.

That person said “it appeared to be secured to hide the vehicle’s license plate,” court documents said.

Allen later told police in an Oct. 13, 2022 interview that he parked his car “by the side of an old building.”


Allen, a married father and qualified pharmacist who worked for years at a CVS store in the heart of town, was arrested late last month in the deaths of the two eighth graders.

Libby, 14, and Abby, 13, were found dead near a disused railroad in Delphi, Indiana, in February 2017.

Allen has denied involvement in the girls’ deaths and has pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder.

It was never revealed how Libby and Abby were killed, although the two girls’ bodies were reportedly “put up” and items of clothing taken from them as trophies.

However, Allen was allegedly in the area on the day of the killings, a police source recently revealed to I-Team 8.

Investigators recently stumbled across this forgotten piece of evidence when the Indiana State Police asked a team of detectives to review Delphi’s case files.

The suspect reportedly told a state conservation official that he was in the area that day, but his report could have been considered unfounded, the source said.

Immediately after Libby and Abby’s deaths, Allen went to the officer and said he had been on Monon High Bridge that afternoon (where the girls were seen) but he had not seen the girls, the source said.

Detectives believe Allen is the unidentified man in Libby’s video and in sketches released by police over the years, the source said.

Indiana State Police could not confirm the information provided by I-Team 8’s source, saying the following:

“Out of respect for the law enforcement process being conducted by the Carroll County Attorney’s Office, the Indiana State Police have no further information to release.

“This remains an active and ongoing investigation and the Indiana State Police will continue to provide all resources.”


The affidavit was released after a court hearing that took place last week.

Before the judge made a decision regarding the then-sealed documents, Carrie Timmons, Libby’s mother, shared her concerns with The US Sun.

She said she hoped all documents relating to Allen’s arrest would remain protected from the public indefinitely to prevent the case against him from being compromised in any way.

After waiting an agonizing five and a half years for answers about what happened to her daughter, Carrie told The US Sun: “What’s going to wait a little longer?”

“I don’t want anything to happen that would jeopardize the case in any way,” Carrie said.

“So if the sealed affidavit manages to seal the deal and get a conviction, then leave it sealed.”

Preaching the importance of patience, Carrie urged prosecutors not to bow to the overwhelming public interest and – at times – almost perverse curiosity in the case by pre-release potentially crucial evidence.

“What will the release of this information accomplish?” She said. “It will certainly not help the prosecution in any way.

“Why does the media or the public need to know all the details now? It will all come out in court anyway.

“We’ve waited so long, so what’s a little longer?” adds Carrie.

“What will it do other than make me nervous for the next six months?

“To satisfy someone else’s curiosity? No thank you!”


Libby’s mother isn’t the only one who didn’t want the affidavit released.

Carroll County Prosecutor Nicholas McLeland opposed unsealing the documents, claiming it would jeopardize the multi-year investigation.

Prosecutors believe Allen is not the only suspect involved in the 2017 killings.

“We have good reason to believe Allen was not alone. That there might be other actors,” McLeland said during the court hearing.

McLeland also argued that witnesses in the investigation could be harassed if an unredacted affidavit was released.

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After the hearing, Allen’s attorney said the revelation of a potential “second suspect” involved in the murders was “news to them.”

“If you read the probable cause affidavit, there is no mention of anyone else in it,” attorney Andrew Baldwin said, adding, “That was news to us.”

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