Police looking for answers in Fairfield cold case

On the heels of the third anniversary of the murder of a Fairfield teen, police are speaking out in hopes someone will help crack the

FAIRFIELD - On the heels of the third anniversary of the murder of a Fairfield teen, police are speaking out in hopes someone will help crack the case.

Sunday marks three years since the death of 17-year-old Kyle Schneider.

Investigators believe several people were involved in the killing at Schneider's Fairfield home on Congress Street.

Police Chief Gary MacNamara says, "We have had people come forward with information over the years, but we still maintain that there are probably still people out there who have information, but just are reluctant to come forward."

Today, a new electronic billboard was put up along I-95 to remind people about the unsolved case.

Fairfield police are asking anyone with information on this case to call them at 203-254-4840.

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