Four Years Later, Military Veteran Stephanie Breaux’s Killer Hasn’t Been Identified
It’s been four years now since Stephanie Breaux’s body was found in an abandoned house on Sprague Street, and her killer still hasn’t been identified.
Shreveport police detectives say there are still a few more pieces of her mysterious death that still need to be put in place before an arrest can be made.
Stephanie was born November 4th, 1980, in West Monroe, and died on April 3rd here in Shreveport. She served three years in the U.S. Army and five years in the Air Force. She served her country with discinction in the global war on terrorism, completing two tours in Iraq in 2006 and achieving many acknowledgments of appreciation, medals and awards.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of Stephanie’s killer. And it’s partnered once again with Lamar Outdoor Advertising to get her picture out in the public. You can find that on multiple electronic and static billboards throughout the area.
Detectives are hoping it’ll jog some memory and someone will come forward with new information that can help in the case.
Call 673-7373 if you can help — or visit the Crime Stoppers website.