• Cadaver dog visits wooded area where Molly Bish's body was found

    PALMER, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- A Mass. State Police cadaver dog searched a wooded area in Palmer Friday where murder victim Molly Bish's remains were recovered ten years earlier.
    The search was requested by Molly Bish's sister, Heather Bish.
    Molly Bish's remains were recovered from an area about five miles away from where the Warren lifeguard disappeared from Comins Pond in 2000.
    The area was heavily searched when Molly's bones were discovered in 2003.
    A motor sports park is planned to be developed near the site. Heather Bish requested a final search before construction permanently changed the area.
    On Friday, a Mass State Police team including a cadaver dog, along with Forensic Anthropologist Ann Marie Mires conducted a search of the area.
    Heather Bish tells Fox 25's Bob Ward the search did not locate any new evidence.

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