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23 February 2017, 12:55 | Clarence Schmidt
Indiana State Police Capt. David BurstenAP
Investigators now hope someone from the community will recognize the voice, although it's unclear whether the man heard in the recording is the same one depicted in an image of a suspect released by authorities last week.
Bursten played the clip multiple times during a news conference on Wednesday.
After organized searches, the bodies of the two girls were found February 14 outside Delphi in the woods near Deer Creek, about three-quarters of a mile from an abandoned railroad bridge where they were dropped off a day earlier to go hiking.
Police investigating the slayings of two girls in IN released new evidence today in hopes it will lead to the capture of their killer.
Police previously released a photo - also recovered from Libby's phone - of a man wearing a dark blue jacket hoodie, jeans and a hat as he walked along the Delphi Historic trails.
Police say that man is their prime suspect in the slayings.
They were to be picked up later in the afternoon, but did not show up. "To activate the video system on her cell phone to record criminal behavior that's about to occur ... there's no doubt in our minds that [this] young lady is a hero".
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