Police find cash, knives in car of suspect in Washington DC multiple murder case

Police find cash, knives in car of suspect in Washington DC multiple murder case

A new affidavit made public on Friday revealed that police investigators probing the killings of four people inside a Washington DC mansion have found cash, two knives, three mobile phones and an IPad in the vehicle occupied by a suspect charged in the cruel killings.

Investigators found all those items in the white Chevrolet Cruze that suspect Daron Wint was sitting in at the time of arrest by members of fugitive task force.

Police charged 34-year-old Wint with multiple murders but investigators believe that he had some accomplices in the heinous crime. The search was also used by police to search a box truck that was parked close to the Chevrolet car when Wint was apprehended.

Apart from Wint, five other people were also taken into custody but they were reelased by questioning.

The list of other items found in the two vehicles searched by police detectives included bank receipts, a black and pink bag, in addition to several fingerprints.

Police investigators are investigating the killings of 46-year-old Savvas Savopoulos, his 47-year-old wife Amy, their 10-year-old son Philip, and their 57-year-old housekeeper Vera Figueroz. The suspects put the house on fire after killing the three adults and one minor. Their bodies were discovered on 14th of May.

Savopoulos was the chief of Maryland-based construction materials supplier American Iron Works and Wint once worked as a welder for the company. He was taken into custody on May 21.

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