Authorities are conducting a new search on a Virginia mountain for the remains of two Maryland sisters who disappeared in 1975.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help after releasing new information on Wednesday in connection with the 1975 disappearance of the Lyon sisters.
A sex offender told investigators he left a Maryland shopping mall with two young sisters who disappeared in 1975 and later saw his uncle sexually assaulting one of the girls, according to newly unsealed police affidavits.
Police have named a second person of interest in the case of two missing sisters from Maryland who were abducted nearly 40 years ago.
Investigators from two states were searching an area near Lynchburg, Virginia, for the remains of two young sisters from Maryland who were abducted in 1975, police said late Tuesday.
Nearly 40 years after two girls disappeared walking home in Montgomery County, police say they have a potential break in the case.