A memorial at the Monon High Bridge Trail in Delphi, Indi., near the location where the bodies of two teenage girls were found last month, a day after they vanished while hiking the trail.
Photo: J. Kyle Keener/AP
Photo: J. Kyle Keener/AP

Police serve warrant in brutal murder of Indiana teens

Authorities searched a home and property in Central Indiana Friday, where the bodies of two teenage girls were found last month.

Ronald Logan, 77, owns the remote property in Delphi, about 60 miles northwest of Indianapolis, where the bodies of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams were found on Feb. 14, a day after they disappeared while hiking.

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Logan, who is jailed on a separate parole violation in a drunken driving case, isn’t considered a suspect in the teens’ murders, according to the Carroll County sheriff, who wouldn’t say what investigators were looking for in Logan’s home.

Authorities have received thousands of tips in the case and questioned hundreds of people, but so far no arrests have been made in the brutal murders of the two teens.

The reward fund in the case has reached $230,000.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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