A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a former police officer seeking a $100,000 reward for leading investigators to a key piece of evidence in the unsolved 2000 disappearance of a 16-year-old lifeguard.
The 16-year-old disappeared while she was working as a lifeguard in Warren. Her remains were found three years later.
The family of slain teenager Molly Bish is hoping that some evidence in the unsolved killing turns up at the site of a racetrack being built in Palmer.
Investigators have returned to the site where some of the remains of Molly Bish were found in 2003.
Possible evidence in the Molly Bish homicide investigation is being sent from the Massachusetts State Police crime lab to a private lab in Texas for forensic testing, authorities said.
Massachusetts State Police have questioned a person of interest in the murder of Molly Bish, a teenager from Warren who disappeared 12 years ago.
Massachusetts State Police are scheduled to meet Thursday with a person of interest in the June 2000 disappearance of 16-year-old Molly Bish.
Bonnie Kiernan is convinced her sister’s killer, Rodney Stanger, is involved in the disappearances of Molly Bish and Holly Piirainen.
WBZ has learned evidence from the crime scenes, such as cigarettes found at Warren’s Comins Pond where Molly disappeared, is being tested for DNA.
The FBI is now involved in the investigation to solve the 12-year old kidnapping and murder of Molly Bish.