A man was arrested on Thursday in the 33-year-old Hollywood cold case murder of director Barry Crane, according to police.
Crane, who worked on performances like “The Incredible Hulk”, “Hawaii Five-0,” Dallas “and” The Six Million Dollar Man “was found dead in the garage in Studio City, California, home in July 1985. He had bludgeoned with a ceramic statue and strictly with a telephone line. He was naked and wrapped in bedding. His car was also stolen. ] The authorities said they could finally match a fingerprint found on Crane’s car to a man named Edwin Hiatt last year.The FBI investigator then used cigarette bars and a coffee cup from the parking lot of a car repair shop where Hiatt worked in North Carolina to match the DNA Cigarette shocks in Crane’s stolen car, which was restored just after the crane’s murder.
Detective then flew to North Carolina to talk to Hiatt. “During the interview, Hiatt said he had killed Barry Crane,” a poet said. license department from Los Angeles.
<img src = “https://a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2019/05/640/320/GettyImages-161984916.jpg?ve=1&tl= 1 “alt =” Barry Crane worked on many exhibitions such as “The Incredible Hulk”, “Hawaii 5-0” and “Dallas.”  Barry Crane worked on many exhibitions such as “The Incredible Hulk”, “Hawaii 5-0 “and” Dallas. “
In an interview, Hiatt local station Charlotte WSOC-TV told that he had no memory of Crane or the alleged event, but that “something” could have happened because he was “big in drugs.”
Employees at Hiatts car dealer said he is not a violent man.
“He wouldn’t hurt a flea,” said co-worker Dee Hall News Herald of Morganton. “This is something that probably happened 30 years ago. The man has changed. Christ has come in and he has become a new being. If God forgive you, you are forgiven. It is.”
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Investigators said nothing about an alleged motive.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.