A breakthrough in the mysterious murder of four people in a posh Washington D.C. home might have been delivered Wednesday night — thanks to pizza.
D.C. police announced they have identifed the first suspect for the quadruple murders, after matching him to DNA found on the crust of a Domino’s Pizza that was delivered to the house at night while the victims were captive inside.
The suspect is Daron Dylon Wint, 34, from Maryland, and he is wanted for first-degree murder while armed, according to the Washington Post. Police reportedly do not know his whereabouts and any possible connection he had to the victims has not been revealed. Police have offered a $25,000 award for more infomation on him.
The Domino's delivery man told MyFoxDC he brought two pizzas to the home, where he found an envelope with money left outside for him.
The bodies of American Iron Works CEO Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, their 10-year-old son Philip and one of the family’s housekeepers, Veralicia Figueroa, were found last Tuesday in the family’s $4.5 million home, which was on fire when police arrived. Three of the victims had wounds and at least one showed signs of blunt force head trauma.