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Authorities in Western Massachusetts are scheduled to announce an update Monday in the investigation of the 1992 disappearance of James “Jamie” Lusher of Westfield, according to the State Police. Lusher, 16, who was developmentally disabled, was last seen riding his bike on Holyoke Road near his Westfield home on Nov. 6, 1992. His bike was found a week later in a wooded area on the other side of town, the Globe reported in 1994. On Monday, Hampden District Attorney Mark Mastroianni, Berkshire District Attorney David Capeless, State Police Colonel Timothy P. Alben, and Westfield police Captain Michael McCabe will make the announcement at Westfield Middle School.

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