A slice of pizza leads police to the possible killer of a family in Washington

A slice of pizza leads police to the possible killer of a family in Washington

Police found suspect’s DNA in a small slice of pizza.

Police found suspect’s DNA in a small slice of pizza.

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Police immediately searched the suspect’s home for any clues that would point at his involvement in the crime that lead to the death of a family of three. Officials said that the man, suspected in killing Savvas Savopoulous, his wife Amy and their little son Philip, is Dylon Wint.

Dylon Wint, the suspect

Dylon Wint, the suspect

Police also talked to Wint’s girlfriend, a Brooklyn resident because of the information that she had a talk with Wint and he is planning to give himself up.

The motive of the crime isn’t clear yet, but police already established the connection between the killer and the victim. Police are also working on a version that money could have been the possible reason for the crime. Dylon was working for American Iron Works, where Savvas held the post of the CEO. This fact led the police to the thought that this wasn’t just an ordinary killing, but police don’t know yet if the suspect was fired from the company, or not.

The crime scene

The crime scene

After murdering the family, the house was set on fire.

Police later found Wint’s DNA in a pizza that was delivered to the house earlier. If proven guilty, Wint won’t see freedom for a long time as it is not his first crime. His previous law contraventions include theft, sexual abuse and violence.

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