DA seeks new clues in Mass. teen's disappearance
DOUGLAS, Mass. (AP) -- Massachusetts authorities investigating the unsolved disappearance and death of a teenage lifeguard 12 years ago say they plan on examining items found in the trailer of a Florida man who once lived in Massachusetts.
The items were discovered in a trailer where Rodney Stanger once lived. They were found by the sister of the woman he is convicted of killing. Bonnie Kiernan of Douglas tells The Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/Nvc8B5 ) they include barrettes, hair bands, and items most associated with a young girl and not with a woman her sister's age.
The items include documents with a photo of Stanger that bears a remarkable likeness to a sketch of a man seen hanging around a Warren pond in June 2000 just before 16-year-old Molly Bish disappeared.
A district attorney's spokesman says all leads are followed.
Information from: Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.), http://www.telegram.com