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DELPHI, Ind.–No arrests have been made in the murders of Abby Williams and Libby German five years after their bodies were found near the Monon High Bridge, near Delphi. Indiana State Police are still keeping what they know close to the vest.

“I wish we could tell people and literally the world what we know and one day we’ll be able to. But, today’s not that day,” said State Police Superintendent Doug Carter, talking to our newsgathering partners at WISH-TV.

We reached out to State Police and asked for an interview about the case last month. An e-mail was sent back in which they “politely declined”. Carter made the rounds on TV Thursday.

LINK: WISH TV’s interview with Doug Carter

Carter was asked about the arrest of Kegan Kline, 28, of Peru, interviewed in the days following the murders, but not arrested. Last year he was arrested on child pornography charges. He had admitted to State Police that he used the social media account “anthony_shots”, and a fake profile to lure underage girls to send him nude photos. Last year State Police asked anyone who had had contact with the “anthony_shots” profile to contact them.

Carter was asked by WISH-TV reported Demie Johnson why an arrest wasn’t made five years ago.

“I will just simply say that we have gleaned a tremendous amount of information over five years and if there was any meaningful reason to talk about it or act on it we would have,” he replied.

Carter would not say whether he believed State Police investigators had already interviewed the killer, but did say he believed the killer would be watching the interview.

While investigators have released little information on the murders, State Police said in a news release Thursday that they do not consider it a “cold case”.

“Today could be the day. Sleep well,” Carter said to the killer. “Today could be the day. Maybe it’s tomorrow. Personally, I’m very critical of myself and I certainly hope that by the time my run here ends that there is an arrest made. I think it’ll be before that. And, that’s all.”