Snapchat Murders Solved? Secret Clue Sparks FBI Raid Centered On Jailbird’s Home

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Who is the man at the center of the Indiana Snapchat murders mystery?

After the FBI launched a surprise raid on Indiana man Ronald Logan‘s home on Friday, only RadarOnline.com has exclusive details on his shady past and what he might know.

Logan owns the property where Abigail Williams and Liberty German‘s bodies were found on February 14, 2017, one day after they went missing near the Monon Bridge.

Nearly a month after the murders, “Additional information was provided to us as it related to Mr. Logan’s property,” Sheriff Leazenby told Radar. As such, a search was launched, with the FBI, State and Local police departments descending on the home.

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Logan’s attorney released a statement on Friday, insisting, “Mr. Logan had no involvement in this heinous crime.”

Nevertheless, Logan was arrested on March 11, 2017, after a search warrant executed for his property in connection with the Indiana teens’ murder caused authorities to notice there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest, due to a probation violation from a previous DUI.

Sheriff Leazenby told Radar that Logan remains in the Carroll County Jail and will do so until at least March 29, 2017. He has not been publicly identified as a suspect.

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Indeed, at 77, Logan is significantly older than the suspect that German captured in video on her phone, a man wearing jeans and a dark jacket.

The Sheriff told Radar they estimate that man as being in his 40s or 50s.

Audio from German’s recording was released to the public, with a man’s voice saying “down the hill,” but he has not yet been identified.

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