Murder Suspect Evaded Capture for 39 Years Using False Identity
Which turned out not to be that false.
Roman Szalajko opened his door one cold day in February 1984 and was stabbed fatally.
The sixty-two-year-old's murder would remain unsolved for forty years. The identity of the killer was discovered through a cold case review in 2013 when a fingerprint linked the murder to Paul Bryan.
Bryan had been living in Portugal, having assumed the identity of a dead Welshman.