WARREN, Mass. (AP) – Eight years after the disappearance and murder of 16-year-old lifeguard Molly Bish, the Worcester District Attorney’s office continues following leads in the unsolved case.

DA spokesman Timothy Connolly says the office received about 100 tips in the past year, one of which led to two “persons of interest.”

Connolly told the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester the two individuals had never before been interviewed but may have information about the case. He declined to identify them or say when they might be interviewed.

Bish’s family and friends plan a candlelight vigil Friday evening at Comins Pond in Warren, where the teenager was last seen alive on June 27, 2000. Her remains were found in 2003 in a wooded area of Palmer.


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