However, authorities have issued pleas to the public for help with two such questions.
The first concerns an e-mail message sent by Suzanne just fifty-four minutes before her murder. A friend had inquired about study materials for the Graduate Records Examination (GRE) and asked her to borrow them.
Suzanne responded that she had lent the materials to another unnamed person. But, she pledged to retrieve the items and leave them in her apartment building’s foyer.
Detectives are now asking anyone with information regarding who that unnamed person was and if Suzanne ever met them that night to please come forward.
The second plea involves a local woman who was driving north on Whitney Avenue just before 10:00 p.m on December 4, 1998.
The woman had told police that a man bolted in front of her car, glanced at her quickly, and then fled.
A police sketch of the man has since been drawn up, and investigators are asking anyone– especially alumni– with insight regarding either of these leads to contact them immediately.
Connecticut State’s Attorney’s Office; pictured above is the sketch of the man
“We are interested in all available information or leads, no matter how remote or trivial that information may seem,” the Connecticut State Division of Criminal Justice said.
“We want to hear from anyone who has heard something, seen something, or who may even have repressed the knowledge of something that could be related to the murder of Ms. Jovin.”