Molly Bish family shown person of interest photo with stark resemblance to suspect sketches

Earlier this month, before Massachusetts investigators announced a new lead in the kidnapping and murder of 16-year-old lifeguard Molly Bish, detectives showed the victim’s family a photograph that immediately reminded them of the composite sketch of a suspect decades ago, according to a new report.

The sketch showed a middle-aged, mustached man with dark hair slicked back and a cigarette in his left hand.

It was drawn up after Molly went missing from her lifeguard post at Comins Pond in Warren, on June 27, 2000.

Left: This sketch, made available by the Bish family, shows the alleged abductor of Warren, Mass., lifeguard Molly Bish, was released during a news conference in Worcester, Mass., Monday March 19, 2001. Right: A photograph of her potential killer Frank Sumner released by the district attorney's office earlier this month. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)/(Worcester County District Attorney's Office)

Left: This sketch, made available by the Bish family, shows the alleged abductor of Warren, Mass., lifeguard Molly Bish, was released during a news conference in Worcester, Mass., Monday March 19, 2001. Right: A photograph of her potential killer Frank Sumner released by the district attorney’s office earlier this month. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)/(Worcester County District Attorney’s Office)

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