Later this week will mark one month since Hannah Brown, a mother of five, was shot to death in front of her home as she was getting home from one of her two jobs.
Police scoured the neighborhood in the hours and days following, but WTOC has learned that the investigation is at a standstill.
To put the case back on the minds of the public, police and Brown's family members held this news conference to say no tip is too small or insignificant.
Hannah Brown's sisters and the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police detective on the case are reaching out in hopes that someone will still come forward with information that leads to an arrest.
"No matter how small it might be, persons walking around in the area that look out of place, vehicles that might have been speeding away from the area, or anything, any small tip. People that you are not used to seeing in the area, people that looked suspicious during the time...just call and give us that information," said Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department Detective Patrick Johnson.
Hannah's sisters say they know nothing can bring her back, but they're asking for closure, closure that will help heal and mend their broken hearts.
The only way to get that peace, is for someone to come forward with information regarding Hannah Brown's murder. Nearly a month has gone by, and police say the investigation is now at a standstill.
In the early morning hours of April 28, following a series of gunshots, Brown's family say they heard a car speeding off, but that's all that's known about a potential suspect at this time. Since the shooting, Brown's sisters say they have received an outpouring of support from friends and strangers, and that has given them comfort in this awful time. And they added they haven't given up hope, that whoever is responsible will be brought to justice.
"We know at some point in time, this case will be solved. We know because we have hope. And as long as we have hope the size of a mustard seed, we know that Hannah will have justice. And again I say thank you," said Uleasa Brown.
"Just really think about it, and allow God to put it on your hearts to not be afraid, and not fear, to step forth and give any kind of information that you may have seen or heard. Because, Savannah is but so big. So many people knew her, and they knew her and a good, special way,” said Brandy Brown, Hannah’s younger sister.
Hannah Brown's family say the support they've received from friends, and even total strangers, has been overwhelming.
If you know something about Brown's murder, call CrimeStoppers at 912.234.2020.
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