By: CBS News
(CBS) This story originally aired Nov. 18, 2006. It was updated July 12, 2007. Forty-six-year-old Andrew Kissel hoped to make his name in real estate in Greenwich, Conn., but instead, as correspondent Erin Moriarty reports, he earned the dubious distinction as the town’s first murder victim in 2006.
Seven months after the murder, with no one yet in custody, Police Chief James Walters remains optimistic. "Everyone that was in Mr. Kissel’s circle is being is being investigated," he says.
But in this tony town, it’s not easy to get people to talk. "Within a few days after the murder everybody we wanted to talk had a lawyer," the police chief explains. Andrew Kissel’s violent death brought to an end a life once brimming with promise. He grew up in New Jersey, the oldest of three children in an upwardly mobile family. Andrew’s brother, Robert, was four years younger and there was a baby sister, Jane......