CHICAGO (CBS)—The investigation into the murders of two Indiana teenagers is moving in a “new direction,” authorities say.

Indiana State Police plan to announce new developments in the case on Monday.

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Composite sketch and cell phone image of the prime suspect in the murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana, in Feburary 2017. (Credit: Indiana State Police)

Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, were killed near Delphi, Indiana in February 2017.

The girls disappeared while on a hike, and their bodies were found a day later in a wooded area.

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One of the only clues in the case is a cellphone video of the man believed to be behind their murders.

He has never been identified, police say.



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