Molly Anne Bish was 16 years old when she was abducted from her lifeguarding job at Comins Pond in Warren, MA on June 27, 2000. Her body was discovered in woods a few miles away by a hunter three years later. A new bill expanding DNA criminal databases may bring her killer to justice. Massachusetts Senate bill S.1595 would allow detectives and prosecutors to investigate a partial match in a DNA database. This could be an indication that the person responsible for the crime is related to the partial match. Investigators would be able to narrow their search with this information. Molly's sister Heather explains how it would work and what you can do to help. Click HERE to find your Massachusetts state senator.