(FOX) -- A 17-year-old Colorado girl who was found dead inside her home in 2017 was “purposefully set on fire and burned alive,” police said as they hunt for three suspects in hopes of solving the murder more than a year after the teen’s death.
Park County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday new findings in the investigation into Maggie Long’s death and released new sketches of the men who they believe were involved in the house fire, KDVR reported. Long was reported missing in December 2017 after she didn’t show up for a concert at Platte Canyon High School.
"We believe this was a targeted crime and that there are at least three suspects still at large," Park County Sheriff Tom McGraw said at a news conference. “Maggie was purposely set on fire and burned alive."
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