No motive or arrests made in death of Greenwich real estate developer

Police have yet to release a motive or make an arrest in the case of murdered Greenwich real estate developer Andrew Kissel. Kissel, 46, was found stabbed to death in the basement of his home on Dairy

News 12 Staff

Apr 5, 2006, 10:16 PM

Updated 6,625 days ago

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No motive or arrests made in death of Greenwich real estate developer
Police have yet to release a motive or make an arrest in the case of murdered Greenwich real estate developer Andrew Kissel. Kissel, 46, was found stabbed to death in the basement of his home on Dairy Road Monday. Now, the New York Times is reporting Kissel may have had an 8-figure life insurance policy. Greenwich police, however, would not confirm that. Vito Colucci, a private detective in southwestern Connecticut, says the police have their work cut out for them. Colucci is not involved in the Kissel murder, but he says police will most likely focus on Kissel?s wife first. Kissel was going through a divorce and was in the process of moving out of the home he rented in Greenwich when he died. Besides the divorce, Kissel was also facing a lengthy prison term for real estate fraud. Related Story Police investigate death of real estate developer found in Greenwich home


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