West Brookfield campsite searched as part of Molly Bish investigation

WEST BROOKFIELD, Mass. (WHDH) — Investigators searched an old campground site in West Brookfield Thursday for any clues in the disappearance and death of Molly Bish.

The campground is a few miles away from where Bish was last seen alive in 2000. Bish’s family believes a car possibly tied to the case is buried somewhere in the campground. Private investigator Dr. Sarah Stein confirmed that they found “very compelling areas of interest” and things on the ground indicating something may be buried in the area.

Bish was 16 when she disappeared from the pond where she worked as a lifeguard. Her body was found three years later. No arrests have been made in connection to her death or disappearance.

Investigators said it could be days before a complete analysis of the campsite is complete.

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