New Evidence Suggests Forced Entry in DC Mansion Slaying

Police release new details in the investigation of the quadruple homicide and fire.
1:52 | 06/04/15

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Turning now to new developments in that Washington mansion murder. Police revealing new evidence showing the killer or killers forced their way into the savopoulos home. ABC's Ryan smith has the story. Reporter: Overnight, police releasing stunning new details about that quadruple homicide and fire inside this D.C. Mansion. A search warrant revealing police found suggestions of forced entry to the home of D.C. Businessman savvas savopoulos. ABC news obtaining this photo of a boot print near the handle of one of the home's side doors. A warrant revealing the French door was broken near the lock and had a single broken window pane next to a door latch and alarm sensor. Police trying to link that boot print to suspect Daron Wint or others searching the vehicles went and five others were driving at the time of Wint's arrest looking for clothes or shoes containing blood and duct tape or material to bind hands and feet. This lawyer spoke to went's family. Mrs. Went, the brother and the sisters are distraught about this. They can't believe that Daron would kill anybody. Reporter: Authorities also looking for the cell phones of czar, his wife Amy and their housekeeper all missing from the home after the fire. Also missing, $40,000 in cash dropped by savaas' driver Jordan Wallace. He told authorities he was directed by savaas to leave it here but he later changed details about when and how savaas contacted him to make the drop. 9 warrant revealing after the upon was delivered the four deseed depths were killed. He has not been arrested or charged with any crime. Police are searching the car went was in with surveillance video of the mansion. The public defender's office who is representing him hasn't

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