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n June 27th, 2000, sixteen-year-old lifeguard Molly Bish disappeared from her lifeguard post at Comins Pond in Warren, MA.

On the day before Molly's disappearance, her mother, Magi Bish, noticed a mustached Caucasian male in a white sedan in the parking lot at the pond. Though he appeared suspicious, Magi brushed it off and dropped Molly off. Molly had only been in her position as a lifeguard for a week, when her mother dropped her off at Comins Pond on June 27th.

Magi received the call from police no parent wants to get. They inform her that no lifeguard was on duty at the pond so she quickly returned to Molly's post, only to discover, was her sandals and her lunch.

This is a safe community. According to the city’s website, Warren is a rural town of 5000 people located in western Worcester (Wooster) County and is bisected by the Quaboag River.

 

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3.

Anyone with information regarding this weeks case, the death of 16-year-old Molly Anne Bish, you can also contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The Massachusetts State Police is also available at 1-800-808-9677 if you have information regarding this case.

 A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

Warren is one of six existing towns that were first settled in 1660 and known as the Quaboag Plantation. Incorporated as Western in 1741, the town was renamed in honor of Revolutionary War General Joseph Warren in 1834.

The day started like any other. At 9:50 am Molly and her mom stopped at the local convenience store to grab some water bottles.

Afterward, they drove to the police station to pick up the required two-way radio.

As there were no telephones or communications at Comins Pond, the radio was the only way the lifeguards could contact police or anyone outside of the area.

Anyone with information regarding this week's case, the death of 16-year-old Molly Anne Bish, you can also contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The Massachusetts State Police is also available at 1-800-808-9677 if you have information regarding this case.

 A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3.

Thank you to Brandi Munro for her research on this episode!

Sources: CBS Local, WCBV

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