Missing: Platte Canyon HS Student Maggie Long

01 Dec 2019 20:07 #81 by Mountain-News-Events
Fourth person may have been involved in Maggie Long's murder
Maggie Long, 17, was killed on Dec 1, 2017. Nearly two years later, the case remains unsolved.
Author: Janet Oravetz, 9News | Published: 8:29 AM MST November 28, 2019

BAILEY, Colo. — A fourth person may have been involved in the December 2017 killing of 17-year-old Maggie Long inside her Bailey home, according to a spokesperson for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

A silhouette of that person was added to the Maggie Long Task Force website, which was created in January of this year to help generate new leads in the case.

"It could be a male or a female, but we believe there is possibly a fourth person that is either involved int he burglary on Dec. 1, 2017, or that might be a key witness that we would like to talk to," said FBI spokeswoman Amy Meyer.

What Happened to Maggie Long?
By Noel Brennan, KUSA

The Colorado teen was last seen alive on Dec. 1, 2017. Investigators found her body inside her burned home, and nearly two years later, no one has been arrested. Law enforcement has offered few details as to why this this well-liked high school student was killed days before her 18th birthday.

Nearly 2 years after Maggie Long's murder, family decides to sell home in Park County
Family ready to move on after daughter's death
By: Lance Hernandez, Denver Channel 7 | Posted: 5:56 PM, Oct 25, 2019

PARK COUNTY, Colo. -- The parents of a Park County teenager who was killed during a burglary and arson at her family's home in 2017, have decided to sell the property.

Realtor Benjamin Cheang told Denver7 that what happened to Maggie was so traumatic that her parents couldn't bring themselves to step foot in the house again, nor could they decide what to do with it, until now.

The broker/owner at All Pro Realty, sold the home to the Longs in 2001.

Although it's been cleaned up, smoke and fire damage is still visible inside.

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05 Dec 2019 15:38 #82 by TheVenueTheatre
We are collecting warm socks, granola bars, and backpacks to hand out to the homeless with PB & J sandwiches on December 21st to honor Maggie Long's 20th birthday.

Her 20th birthday is December 17th.

Maggie planned to pass out PB & J to the homeless on her 18th birthday but she never saw that day.

When we honored her birthday last year by handing out socks and sandwiches to the homeless population in Denver many people asked us if they could have the bags we were carrying the donation items in, hence the request for barely used backpacks.

You can donate socks, backpacks, granola bars at:
Evergreen -
Replays Sports Exchange
Open M-F 8-5:30, S/S 10-3

Conifer -
The Venue Theatre Company
27132 Main Street (Safeway Shopping Center)
Conifer, 80433
Open most afternoons.

Pine/Bailey -
Pine Country Feed
13581 S Glen Dr, Pine, CO 80470
M-F 9-6, Sat 9 -5, Sun 10-3

EVERYONE is welcome to help pass items out on December 21st. Please join the group: Honoring Maggie on her 20th Birthday if you would like to help pass out items that Saturday morning.

We are also open to donations of bread, peanut butter, jelly, and plastic bags. (Do not leave bread at donation sites, please.) We will be making sandwiches at a location TBD on December 20th at 3:30 pm.

Thank you all for remembering Maggie and keeping her kind heart and desire to help the less fortunate alive.

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06 Dec 2019 17:23 #83 by CanyonCourier
Two years later and still no justice for Maggie Long

When Maggie Long was murdered in her home off County Road 43 in Bailey, the small mountain community in Park County mourned.

Long, a 17-year-old senior at Platte Canyon High School at the time of her death, was well-known and well-loved, a kind soul known for her corny jokes and pranks and for celebrating her birthday by delivering socks and homemade sandwiches to the homeless in Denver. She was active in extracurricular activities and at the Venue Theatre in Conifer.

It’s been two years since Long was murdered. Though some new information has been released, law enforcement has made little, if any, progress in solving the case. When the Park County Sheriff’s Office released sketches of the suspects and increased the reward amount to $50,000 earlier this year, it received an uptick in tips. Since then, it’s slowed.

Read more here: www.canyoncourier.com/content/two-years-...-justice-maggie-long
By Deborah Swearingen
Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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18 Dec 2019 07:34 - 18 Dec 2019 07:35 #84 by TheVenueTheatre
Yesterday was Maggie Long's 20th birthday❤

Please feel free to honor her by donating socks, granola bars, or backpacks to hand out to the homeless in Demver on Saturday, December 21st.

Please join us on Friday the 20th at 3:30 pm to make sandwiches at The Venue Theatre Company's rehearsal studio in the Safeway Shopping Center.

Join us Saturday at 9am to distributed donations in Denver. More details at: Honoring Maggie on her 20th Birthday

Donations will be accepted until Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at:

The Chill Squirrel in Bailey
Pine Country Feed in Pine Junction
Replays Sports Exchange in Evergreen
Or bring them Friday at 3:30 to sandwich-making.

Thank you, everyone, for keeping Maggie's generous and loving spirit alive.

Happy Birthday Maggie.

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