35 years after Timothy Glashien was shot four times in Millcreek Canyon, police have now identified the two suspects that were involved with the murder. Stephen Wayne Anderson was a convicted serial killer who was executed back in 2002. The other man was Ace W. Fairbanks, who died of natural causes in 1986. Although both men are now deceased, investigators still stress it's important to resolve these older cases.


"I think it's important because it demonstrates once again to our community that this organization will never let lie these cases that we consider cold. We will continue to work diligently as long as possible, as long as any lead exists, to identify and eventually prosecute — or in this case, hold responsible the individuals that have taken the life of an individual — no matter how long ago," he said.
It also gives closure to all the loved ones the victim left behind:

"Frankly, after 35 years, it's kind of closed in our mind. But now it's officially closed and the details are tracked down. It feels good."

Utah Police Track 1980 Killing to Man Executed in California

Unified Police close 35-year-old cold case homicide