Family of one of the Delphi homicide victims to speak to the public today

The family of Delphi homicide victim Liberty German will speak to the public for the first time today. The family is scheduled to hold a news conference at the Carroll County Courthouse. Officials say a family representative will answer questions from the media, but they won’t speak about the investigation.

Police will also be on hand to answer questions. At this time, investigators are still sorting more than 11,000 tips and possible leads in the deaths of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams. The reward for information in the case has increased to about $220,000.