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Henry Fuehrer stated that he had been in Cleveland on July 3 and had met with a man he called "Pal" at a bar. The two drank and smoked marijuana, and "Pal" wanted to burglarize a home in Bay Village to get money. Fuehrer was hoping Pal would leave the keys in his truck so he could steal it. Fuehrer stated that they arrived at a house and he stayed in the car and fell asleep. He awoke to a noise that he believed was from a burglary going bad, and fled the scene and city. Pal's true identity was unknown. Fuehrer described him as having a "heavy shock of hair."

Item Number

28

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Admitted Exhibits

Date

1954-11-22

Keywords

Henry Fuehrer, other suspect, bushy-haired man

Defendant's Exhibit 200: Henry Fuehrer Statement

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