Red tape still marks the doors at 21-year-old Brystal Chambers' 12th Street home.
Brystal Leeann Chambers was found dead in her 12th Street home, after neighbors and co-workers reported her missing for several days.
It's been two weeks since her suspicious death and Henderson police are still working to find answers.
Chambers' sister described her as outgoing. She told 14 News that Chambers loved to spend time with her 2-year-old.
Chambers' co-workers at Hardee's remember her as a good friend.
Neighbors say they've been a little on edge since Chambers' body was found in her home in suspicious fashion.
"I haven't been out much since this has happened," neighbor Cheryl Stone told 14 News. "We don't go out much after dark, you know unless we have to go somewhere and then go back home. We don't stay out after dark or sit out on the patio anymore. We're not ready to yet."
Henderson police say they've been investigating the area and are still waiting for autopsy and toxicology results.
They say those results are the missing piece to the puzzle.
Lieutenant Chip Stauffer tells us that there are no confirmed suspects in the case.
Brystal's sister says they will be holding a hacienda Gives Back at the First Avenue location on Sunday. There is also a memorial account set up in her name at 5/3 Bank.
As soon as the autopsy results are in, we will let you know.
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