WARREN, Mass. (WWLP) - An intriguing development concerning the search for the killer of Molly Bish. A private investigator from Worcester believes he may have uncovered evidence that could lead to Molly's murderer.
A lengthy article in the Worcester Telegram chronicles a custody investigation that ended with Gerald Battistoni serving 10 to 12 years for raping his girlfriend's daughter.
Battistoni appears to resemble a composite drawing of the man Magi Bish saw at Comins Pond in Warren, the day her 15 year old daughter Molly disappeared.
The Worcester Telegram article goes on to say that the private investigator, former Vermont State Trooper Daniel Malley, believes he uncovered evidence that links Battistoni to Comins Pond in Warren and the Sturbridge area where 10 year old Holly Piiranin disappeared in 1993.
So far, neither Worcester County nor Hampden County Investigators are commenting on any possible connection to Holly or Molly's murder.