IN man arrested in Colorado could be tied to Delphi killings

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Indiana State Police released a composite sketch of a man believed to be connected to the February murders of Abigail J. Williams and Liberty Rose Lynn German.

Police previously released two grainy photos of the suspect and an audio recording of a man saying "down the hill".

But investigators are quick to say, they have hundreds of pictures of people who look like the Delphi suspect.

And with a suspect in custody, and mysterious silence from authorities, resident Anthony Ramos says Nations arrest is either an unlikely coincidence, or just the tip of the iceberg.

Authorities in IN are now looking into whether Nations has any connection to the killings of two in girls last February.

This photo released by the Indiana State Police shows a man Indiana authorities want to talk to the man in connection with the killings of two teenage girls. Tony Slocum told The Post in March that investigators had interviewed hundreds of possible witnesses and suspects in connection to the case.

'We will give the same attention to the person arrested in Colorado, but right now there is nothing that definitively connects this person to our investigation. "If that should change-with this tip, or any other tip-rest assured we would be sharing such news with all media sources".

Abby Williams and Libby German, both eighth graders, were enjoying a day off from middle school on February 13 when they disappeared on a hiking trail near their rural hometown of Delphi.

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Shortly after the arrest, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office received information possibly connecting the man to the murder of a Monument mountain biker that was found dead near Mt. Herman Road. Their bodies were found the next day.

Last Monday, Woodland Park Police pulled over a red Chevy Prism with expired IN license plates. He said that he had shaken his fist at someone when they allegedly tried to run him off the road, but denied having a hatchet in his hand. The officers found Daniel Nations, his wife and their two children in the auto.

Police were able to connect that auto to Nations. Authorities say several tips linked this vehicle with a string of menacing complaints in the Mount Herman area and in Monument.

Daniel Nations, 32, was arrested Monday in Woodland Park.

Officers also discovered a.22-caliber rifle in the vehicle, which Katelyn said she'd recently bought for protection after their auto was broken into.

WISH-TV confirmed Nations registered as a sex offender living in Greenwood, Indiana, in 2010.

The suspect, Daniel Nations is now being held in custody at Teller County Jail for a weapons charge. Other charges are pending.

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