Father seeks justice for 19-year-old daughter found dead in Cape Coral
A 19-year-old woman’s body was found Friday in north Cape Coral, according to the victim’s family.
Donna Mousseau said the body of her granddaughter, Kaleigh Mousseau, was found along the 1000 block of Durden Parkway East.
Family and friends of Mousseau want answers. They say she had her whole life in front of her.
“They robbed her of everything. They took everything from her,” said Eugene Hrebin, Mousseau’s dad. “Everybody she came in contact with, she left almost like an imprint.”
Hrebin said his daughter was caring, loving and funny – and his entire world, and that he and everyone who knew her are crushed by her death and desperate for answers.
“She was my best friend. She was my shadow, my right hand, my little minion,” Hrebin said.
Mousseau’s dad said her death has left a void no one can fill, and he is just hoping for justice.
“My world has been taken from me; it’s been crushed,” Hrebin said. “Whoever did it, they’re going to be judged for it.”
A small memorial with flowers and balloons has been made in the area where she was found Friday.
Mousseau was a graduate of North Fort Myers High School.
Mousseau’s family and friends are using #JusticeForKaleigh on social media to help shed light on her case.
Cape Coral police spent much of Friday at the scene after arriving around 7 a.m., and have not released any information other than to say Mousseau’s death is suspicious.
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