More than a year and a half after Suzette Langlois was fatally shot in her driveway, the case continues and answers remain just out of reach.
“There are witness statements and people coming forward at all times, but we need more,” says investigator Brian Slinger from the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office, in the company of the Langlois family, held a press conference to ask for our help.
“Some days it is harder to believe it is going in the right direction, but most days we are confident that they are on the right track,” said Nicole Dixon, one of Langlois’ daughters.
In the time since the shooting, investigators have collected physical evidence and crossed off a long list of names.
There are currently two persons of interest in the case, though no indication was made as to their relation to Langlois.
“I feel confident in the direction that we are going,” said Slinger. “I felt confident in the past, as well, though, so we need to keep an open mind in the investigation and you never know.”
He says there is still a small chance that Langlois’ death was a random act, though that is not what his gut tells him. She was found fatally shot in her car in the driveway of her home on Manitowoc Road on August 29, 2016.
“I’m fairly certain that we have a good understanding as to why this happened,” he said. “Now, it’s just a matter of finding out who’s responsible for it.”
Many of Langlois’ neighbors remember the night of her death. Just hoping someone will speak up and bring closure to this unsolved shooting.
“It may take a long time, but I think they will eventually find the person who did this to this woman,” said Marge Schneider, a neighbor.
You can make a tip to the Brown County Sheriff’s Office at (920) 448-4404.