Six years after Maggie Long, a 17-year-old high school senior from Bailey, Colorado, was “essentially burned alive” at home after walking in on a burglary in process ahead of a school concert, local authorities have renewed calls for anyone with a “key piece of information” to come forward and claim a reward for helping solve the case.
The Park County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, Dec. 1, 2023, the six-year anniversary of Long’s murder, said that the victim’s family, the feds, and local investigators are offering a $75,000 reward.
“As we’ve stated previously,” [Park County Sheriff] McGraw said, “someone has that key piece of information that will lead to the arrest of those responsible for Maggie’s murder.
“It will take one person with one piece of information that will help our investigative team bring resolution to this case for Maggie, her family and the Bailey community,” he added.
Authorities are offering a $75,000 reward for information in the 2017 murder of a high school senior in Bailey.
Authorities believe three suspects are responsible for Long’s murder. They have not been identified or located.
A $75,000 reward is being offered for information about Long’s death. Anyone with information is asked to call the Maggie Long Task Force tipline at 303-239-4243.