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.
Nearly 2 years after Maggie Long's murder, family decides to sell home in Park County
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.
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.