The land is off of West Ware Road which is also known as Whisky Hill.
Palmer Motorsports is planning on developing it. They have 650 acres there.
The effort today by State Police was supported by Forensic Anthropology Recovery (FAR), and Palmer Motorsports. All are dedicated to helping the Bish family try and find the evidence that will crack this case.
In June of 2000, Molly was kidnapped and killed while working as a lifeguard at Comins Pond in Warren. 13 years later her family continues to actively look for evidence that will lead them to whomever did this to her.
Molly’s sister Heather Bish told us State Police searched the woods Friday morning around 10:00am and continued well into the day. No new evidence was turned up though according to Heather, but they did follow some ATV trails and talked to a hunter who was in the area.
“We’re always suspicious of how she got there because it’s a steep hill to drag a body up,” explains Heather.
The project manager, Fred Ferguson, who’s working on the development for Palmer Motorsports has told the Bish family that they will be honoring Molly with a memorial where she was discovered.
“He was really nice when we spoke with him about our concerns of them building where Molly was found. He agreed to set up a memorial. They’ve been very very kind to us,” notes Heather.
While no new items were found today by the cadaver dog, there are many hunters that go to Whisky Hill and with the new development planned more evidence could always turn up.
“To the construction workers, or any hunter up there…we never recovered her pink top and plaid shorts. My greatest hope is to recover those items because they might have DNA evidence on them,” Heather notes.
And if you have any information, large or small, connected to the death of Molly, contact the State Police detectives assigned to the Worcester County District Attorney’s office at 508-832-9124.