other suspect, bushy-haired man
Chief Thomas Fitzpatrick of the Elmwood Place Police Department took a statement from Henry Fuehrer, who 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 Cleveland. Pal's true identity was unknown. Fuehrer described him as having bushy hair.
Fitzpatrick, Chief Thomas, "Report, November 21, 1954, Elmwood Place Police Department" (1954). 1954 Police Reports. 37.