In reaction to cases such as Molly Bish or Danny Croteau, author and child safety advocate teaches parents, children, and adults about how important it is to protect children.
The sister of murder victim Molly Bish says that a DNA sample collected from the son of a person of interest in the case, is not a match.
The state police featured a playing card on social media Sunday with the unsolved case of a Mashpee victim.
The state police featured a playing card on social media Wednesday with the unsolved case of a Brockton victim.
The state police featured a playing card on social media Thursday with the unsolved case of a Ware victim.
The state featured a playing card on social media Monday with the unsolved case of a Springfield victim.
The state police featured a playing card on social media Wednesday with the unsolved case of a Pittsfield victim.
The state police featured a playing card on social media Monday with the unsolved case of a Pittsfield victim.
A person of interest has been named in the 20-year-old cold case murder of Molly Bish, the Worcester District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.
A break in the Molly Bish cold case two decades after the 16-year-old was murdered in Worcester County, a person of interest has been named.
The Massachusetts State Police Department and the Massachusetts Department of Correction and District Attorney’s Offices collaborated together to create playing cards that feature homicide and missing persons victims on them.
Hundreds of members of Massachusetts law enforcement attended training on missing persons and unidentified human remains investigations.
It’s been 20 years since the murder of 16 year old Molly Bish, who was working as a lifeguard at Comins Pond in Warren. Molly disappeared soon after reporting for work on the morning of June 27th, 2003.
Permitting familial searches and partial DNA matches in investigations into certain unsolved homicides and missing persons cases is a crucial step in solving investigations, advocates and legislators said, pointing to legislation that would allow familial searches in Massachusetts.
A cold case dating back to the early 90s finally got closure on Wednesday, giving families of other homicide victims new hope.
Thursday marks exactly 19 years since Warren teenager Molly Bish disappeared from her lifeguard post at Comins Pond.
A state senator from central Massachusetts hopes a bill she recently filed will give police a new tool to investigate long-unsolved violent crimes.
Sixteen year-old lifeguard Molly Bish disappeared from Comins Pond in Warren on June 27, 2000. Her remains were found three years later, her killer has not been found.
22News spoke with the mother of Agawam’s Lisa Ziegert about getting justice decades later.
Dee Ziegert says that she has formed a bond with the Bish family, and wants them to know not to give up hope in finding Molly’s killer.
Seventeen years ago today, Molly Bish disappeared from her lifeguard stand at Comins Pond.
A private investigator has developed information which they plan to act on this week.
From the deadly New Years’ Day fire in Holyoke to a major break in the decades-old murder case of Lisa Ziegert, here’s a look back at 2017.
All was quiet at the Old Sawmill Campground on Friday, one day after crews used ground-penetrating radar in their search for a car.
A technician is expected to deploy ground-penetrating radar on some private property in an effort to see whether a car is buried there.
17-years after Molly Bish disappeared, her family continues their search for justice.
Crews used ground-penetrating radar Thursday to search for a car believed to have been linked to the teen’s 2000 disappearance and murder.
It’s a story that still haunts many of us. 17 years ago this month, Warren teenager Molly Bish was kidnapped and killed. To this day, her murderer remains a mystery.
Monday marks 16 years since 16 year-old Molly Bish disappeared from her lifeguard post at Comins Pond in Warren.
Exactly 23 years after she disappeared, investigators still do not know who killed the 10 year-old girl.
Next Monday, it will be 16 years since Molly Bish’s disappearance from Comins Pond in Warren back in 2000.
It was a somber day at the State House, as families gathered to remember their loved ones who disappeared and were never found.
Every runner has a different reason for taking on the 26.2 mile challenge.
22News was there when the Bish family paid tribute to those who are missing.
John Bish Jr. successfully completed EMT training, crediting his sister’s memory as motivation.