This is the first look at the secluded woodland area where the bodies of two teenage girls were found murdered in Indiana.
Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14, went missing on Monday afternoon after going for a hike near the Monon High Bridge along the Delphi Historic Trails.
Police were no longer posted at access points to the trail on Thursday after they spent Tuesday and Wednesday gathering evidence at the scene but police tape remained at some areas along the creek bank.
Authorities appealed for the public's help late on Wednesday to identify a man they were seeking in connection with the double homicide - and who was seen on the same bridge on the day they vanished.
Last sighting: This is the bridge where Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14 are last known to have been alive on Monday, thanks to a Snapchat post. They were founded murdered three quarters of a mile away
Liberty German posted these Snapchats of Abigail at at Monon High Bridge Trail close to when they started hiking around 2.07pm Monday. They are the last photos of Williams
Interest: Police in Delphi, Indiana have indicated that they would like to speak to this man - who was pictured near to the Monon Bridge where Abigail Williams and Liberty German started their ill-fated walk
A search was conducted for Liberty German (right) and Abigail Williams (left) in the Deer Creek area after being missing for almost 24 hours
In a grainy image, the man, dressed in jeans, a dark blue jacket, and a hat, was seen on the same bridge on Monday around the time Abigail and Liberty were walking.
A handful of properties and farmed fields back onto the creek where the police conducted their search.
Delphi Historic Trails is part of the National Recreation Trails network and information about it is listed on the City of Delphi website as a local point of interest.
Sgt. Kim Riley of Indiana State Police tweeted on Thursday that were no updates in the investigation. They have received hundreds of tips from the local community.
German and Williams were dropped off around lunchtime near Monon High Bridge by German's sister to do some hiking on what was a public winter holiday from school.
The two friends were active on social media on their cell phones before they disappeared. German posted final Snapchat images of Williams at Monon High Bridge close to where they started hiking around 2:07pm.
The girls were reported missing by their families several hours later when they did not return.
Their bodies were found at 12:15pm on Tuesday about three-quarters of a mile upstream from the abandoned railroad bridge, police said. Their cause of death and nature of injuries were not released due to the ongoing investigation.
A volunteer searching for the girls found their bodies on private property about 50-60 feet from the water, police said.
Cordon: Police threw a large exclusion zone around the area where the girls were last known to be alive and where they were found murdered, which is on a local scenic trail near Delphi
River: The girls' bodies were found on Tuesday about 50 feet from Deer Creek river. Police have not disclosed the exact spot where they were found or how they were murdered
Forensic investigation: Local police and sheriff's deputies, Indiana state troopers and an FBI evidence team are all involved in the investigation
Barred: The scenic trail is in a relatively isolated area shows where police cast the large exclusion zone
Confirmation: Sgt Kim Riley of the Indiana State Police (right) and Sheriff Toby Leazenby Carroll County Sheriff's Department confirmed the bodies were those of the missing girls on Wednesday, 48 hours after they were last seen
The only lead they have made public is the picture of the man who is wearing either a hat or a hood as he walks across the bridge.
Police shared images of the individual with his head lowered and hands in his pockets along the stretch of exposed rickety, wooden bridge, built in 1891, which is around 60 feet over the creek.
Police did not describe him as a suspect and have not said from where they obtained the image. Authorities would not say whether they recovered the victims' phones at the scene.
Police released an update which read: 'We are asking help from the public to help identify him so he can be contacted regarding what he might have seen.'
Police also asked that anyone parked at High Bridge Trail Head on February 13 between the hours of 1pm and 5pm contact authorities.
'If you can identify the subject or were parked in the lot, please contact the Carroll County Sheriff's Department or the Delphi Police Department at 765-564-2345 or the Indiana State Police at 765-567-2125. You can remain anonymous if you request,' a police statement read.