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.

“The Park County Sheriff’s Office honors and remembers murder victim Maggie Long on the anniversary of her death. Long, a high school senior from Bailey, Colorado, was found murdered in her home on December 1, 2017,” the sheriff’s office said.

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Photo of Maggie Long in between sketches of suspects