BROWNSTOWN TWP. (WWJ) – No arrests have been made, but a person of interest has been identified as a suspect in the killing of a 46-year-old Brownstown Township woman.
Police say they believe Zita Kvasys was shot to death not long after coming home from work on Tuesday night. Her body was not found until Wednesday afternoon after the woman’s daughter, who attends Eastern Michigan University, became concerned when she couldn’t get in touch with her mother.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: Where are the Female CEOs in Michigan?
A family friend went to check on the woman, discovered her body and called police.
Although police aren’t releasing many details of the case, they say there were no signs of forcible entry into the home. Kvasys was shot more than once and was the only person in the home, located in the 15000 block of Brantford Avenue, near the entrance to Lake Erie Metropark, according to police.READ MORE: ‘He Sang The National Anthem At Our Graduations,' Sheriff Washington Remembers Wayne County Corporal Who Died From COVID-19
Investigators say they have a person of interest in the homicide and believe an arrest may be made soon. That person’s identity was not immediately released.
The victim’s ex-husband and boyfriend have been questioned, but neighbors say the men seemed to have a good relationship with the woman.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Brownstown Township police at 734-675-1300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.MORE NEWS: Whitmer Releases Plan Draft For Achieving Carbon Neutrality In Michigan