'We need answers now': Family seeks justice for 21-year-old man found dead in Hampton

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Posted at 4:30 PM, Feb 05, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-05 17:26:14-05

HAMPTON, Va.— It’s been a year and a half of questions and no answers for the family of Sean Cameron, a 21-year-old man found shot to death in Hampton.

No arrests have been made and no suspects have been named, leaving a killer on the streets and the victim's family desperate for justice.

“We made up some flyers to hand around town so that people don’t forget,” said Samantha Cameron.

Sean's sisters, Samantha and Tabitha Cameron, have been passing out flyers that say, “What happened to Seany?” to anyone they come across.

“We’ve been giving them out when we go through the drive-thrus, downtown, just anywhere we come across somebody, we’ve just been passing them out so that everyone can see his face," Samantha said.

Sean’s body was found near a wooded area on Windmill Point Road in the Fox Hill area of Hampton on June 25, 2019. Since then, detectives say they have no new leads.

Sean was the light of his family’s life and taken from them too soon. They have no idea why or who could possibly have shot him to death.

They described him as someone with "a big smile, long beautiful hair, goofy, very generous, the most polite person you would ever meet—very loyal.”

Tabitha and Samantha desperately need to know who killed their little brother, and say they’ll stop at nothing to find out.

“We need you to come forward now— anyone that knows anything. You cannot call us family if you know something and you are not coming forward,” said Samantha.

They now fear justice is slipping away as time goes on and no one says anything.

“Protecting a killer isn’t helping anybody. It’s putting more people’s lives in danger, and a lot of people know who did this, so we just need people to speak up,” said Tabitha.

They’re begging for someone to come forward with any little bit of information that will put detectives on the right track to solving this case before it goes cold for good.

“Have the courage to come forward. Please, please, please, for the sake of our family, please come forward,” said Tabitha.