BOSTON (CBS) – There may be new evidence in the Molly Bish murder case.
The 16-year-old disappeared 14 years ago Friday, while working as a lifeguard at Comins pond in Warren. Her remains were found three years later in a wooded area of Palmer.READ MORE: I-Team: What Massachusetts Can Learn From Leading COVID Vaccination States
The new evidence, now in the hands of state police for testing, was found by a private investigator working for the Bish family. Returning to where Molly’s remains were found in 2003, the investigator found a partially buried paper bag containing plaid boxer shorts and some pink clothing material — similar to the boxers and pink tank top that Bish was wearing the day she disappeared.