A Palmer company planning to develop on the land where Molly Bish's remains were found is now helping the family potentially locate more of her remains.
Palmer Motor Sports has plans to build on the wooded area known as Whiskey Hill where 16-year-old Bish's remains were found three years after she went missing from her Comins Pond lifeguard post in Warren back in 2000.
The Bish family said they are hoping the forensic team can find any remains that have yet to be recovered before construction starts in the area.
FAR Forensic Anthropology, a non-profit company, is assisting in the search.
No one has ever been arrested in the case.
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