Fairfield police hope billboard will crack murder case

FAIRFIELD - ? Fairfield police are turning to the public for help in solving the murder of 17-year-old Kyle Schneider, who was found dead in his home last May.

Billboards asking for any information about Schneider?s death have been posted on Fairfield Avenue at the town line and on I-95 south at exit 25. Detectives are hoping that someone will see the signs and come forward.

Police say they are making progress on the investigation and are working on it every day, but feel that the community can sometimes help solve crimes.

Officials say a reward is being offered in the case, with the amount depending on the information provided.

Police are asking anyone with information to call the Fairfield Police Department at (203) 254-4840 or anonymously text the department by texting CRIMES (274637) with the keyword FPD.

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