BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- Chief Matt Doering isn't saying much new in the investigation, but he was more open with us Friday about how this is affecting his team.
Eight people dead, one crime scene, a family left to grieve. Chief Doering is confident his investigators will solve this case. He says they're still working at the mobile home collecting evidence. Chief Doering says they have theories, but he won’t tell us or the community what they are. “They won't do any good to help relieve the fear they have. We have the same fear. We're the ones that has to make people feel better,” said Chief Doering.
They're still talking to everyone whose been inside that home, including Guy Heizne, Jr., who made the gruesome discovery Saturday morning. “He's still a person of interest, anybody whose been inside that home, they're all persons of interest,” said Chief Doering.
The chief says they may go as far as to take the mobile home out of the New Hope Plantation, but for the time being, his team will still be there everyday until they have enough evidence to bring justice to the community and these grieving families.
The chief says he personally will attend the funerals for the 7 victims Saturday, but not as the chief but as a person of this community.