Possible new development in Molly Bish murder case

"Ground-penetrating radar" will be deployed to search for a possibly buried car

WARREN, Mass. (WWLP) – A possible development in the 17-year-old unsolved murder case of Warren lifeguard Molly Bish. Family members are hopeful they could find a key piece of evidence, a mysterious white car.

Molly Bish was 16 years-old when she was abducted from her lifeguard post on Comins Pond in Warren, 17 years ago this month.

Her mother saw a man sitting in a white car when she dropped Molly off that fateful day. The search has never stopped for the suspect or that white car.

Molly’s sister, Heather Bish, told 22News that a private investigator working with the family has developed information which they plan to act on this week.

Heather said a technician will deploy a “ground-penetrating radar” on private property in an undisclosed location in Worcester County.  The “sonar search” will take place Thursday afternoon.

The investigators are trying to determine if a car is buried on that private property.

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