VIDEO: Palm Bay Police Release Surveillance Video In Jillian Kusznir’s Death Investigation

By  //  April 26, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Palm Bay Police arrested Stephen Paul Warrington, 25,  in the murder case involving Jillian Kusznir. 

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Investigators have released surveillance footage from the investigation into the death of Jillian Kusznir. 

The video shows the suspect 25-year-old Stephen Paul Warrington parking and walking away from the vehicle on Vienna street and then walking down Van Loon street on the afternoon of Monday, April 18, according to Karyn Barber of the Palm Bay Police Department.

Kusznir’s body was later discovered by a local business owner in the vehicle shown in the video.

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BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Police have arrested Stephen Paul Warrington, 25, in the murder case involving Jillian Kusznir. 

Early Thursday morning Palm Bay investigators determined that a house on the 200 block of Van Loon was the last known address of 22-year-old Jillian Christine Kusznir who was found dead in an abandoned vehicle at 141 Vienna NE on Tuesday morning.

ABOVE AUDIO: Investigators have released the 911 call regarding the vehicle left at 141 Vienna Street on Monday. Detectives are still reviewing the surveillance footage and are not releasing it at this time.

The Palm Bay Police have arrested Stephen Paul Warrington, 25, in the murder case involving Jillian Kusznir. (BCSO image)

The Palm Bay Police have arrested Stephen Paul Warrington, 25, in the murder case involving Jillian Kusznir. (BCSO image)

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ABOVE MAP: Early Thursday morning Palm Bay investigators determined that a house on the 200 block of Van Loon was the last known address of 22-year-old Jillian Christine Kusznir.

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BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Police investigators have identified the victim as 22- year old Jillian Christine Kusznir found in an abandoned vehicle at 141 Vienna NE on Tuesday morning.

The investigation is ongoing by the Palm Bay Police Department.

Anyone with information can call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS. You can also contact the Palm Bay Police Department at 321-952-3456 option 0.

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ABOVE VIDEO: Palm Bay Police investigators have identified the victim as 22- year old Jillian Christine Kusznir found in an abandoned vehicle at 141 Vienna NE on Tuesday morning. (WFTV video)

ORIGINAL STORY: APRIL 19, 2016

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Police are conducting a death investigation after officers responded to the 100 block of Vienna St. NE of a reported abandoned vehicle where police found a dead woman inside the trunk of a vehicle.

Police say the woman appeared to be in her early to mid 20s and were contacted by a business owner at 7:17am Tuesday morning.

Investigators are working on obtaining a positive identification of the woman and will attempt to locate and notify next of kin.

Crime Scene Investigators and bloodhounds are currently collecting any possible evidence, witnesses and other possible leads. The medical examiners office is currently on scene assisting.

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Palm Bay Police are conducting a death investigation after officers responded to the 100 block of Vienna St. NE of a reported abandoned vehicle where police found a dead woman inside the vehicle.

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The Palm Bay Police have arrested Stephen Paul Warrington, 25, in the murder case involving Jillian Kusznir. Early Thursday morning Palm Bay investigators determined that a house on the 200 block of Van Loon was the last known address of the 22- year old Kusznir, who was found dead in an abandoned vehicle at 141 Vienna NE on Tuesday morning.


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