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Reward increased to $50,000 in case of murdered teen Maggie Long

Posted at 2:11 PM, Jan 28, 2019

PARK COUNTY – Authorities investigating the murder of Maggie Long announced today the reward has increased to $50,000 for information that will lead to an arrest.

Long was a Bailey, Colorado high school Senior who was murdered in her home in Bailey, CO on December 1, 2017.

The Park County Sheriff’s Office also announced the Maggie Long Task Force has created a website to provide the public with more information on the case and a safe place to report a tip to police.

Maggie Long
Maggie Long

Sheriff Tom McGraw said the task force believes at least three men were directly involved in the murder. Based on their investigation, the task force believes the suspects spent a significant amount of time in the house with Long on the day she was murdered.

Maggie Long Suspects
Sketches of 2 suspects sought in the murder of Maggie Long.


According to the Sheriff’s Office, an AK-47 style rifle was taken during the incident, along with 2,000 round of ammunition and a 9mm handgun.  A safe similar to the one seen below was also taken during the incident. The safe contained items similar to the ones seen below.

Billboards with information pertaining to the case will be posted throughout the Denver and Colorado Springs areas.

McGraw said the case remains active and ongoing. We will continue to follow this case and update you as soon as any new information is released.

Suspect Vehicles
Suspect Vehicles
Maggie Long Weapons Property
Law enforcement reports a rifle, pistol, gun safe, 2000 rounds of ammo, and personal items were taken.