HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — Actor Robert Wagner has declined to be interviewed by detectives investigating the 1981 drowning of his then-wife, Natalie Wood.
“Robert Wagner is the last person who saw Natalie Wood alive and he’s not talking to us,” said Lt. John Corina.READ MORE: Chris Rock Announces COVID-19 Diagnosis: 'Trust Me, You Don't Want This'
CBS2’s Bobby Kaple Friday spoke with Corina who calls Wagner the “missing puzzle piece” in the case.
“We’ve gone to his attorney. We’ve gone out to where he lives. To his publicist. We even sent him certified mail – a letter. But we’ve been rebuffed. He says he doesn’t want to talk to us,” Corina said.
Since reopening the case more than 13 months ago, KNX 1070’s Margaret Carrero reports that detectives have interviewed more than 100 witnesses, including Christopher Walken.READ MORE: 2 Killed In Overnight Crash In Rialto; Probe Underway