Transcript for Chilling New Details About DC Quadruple Slaying
Also tonight, from Washington, a crucial new piece of evidence in the case of that family killed, their home set on fire. Investigators now focusing on this image right here. A footprint on a door to the home. They are also tonight searching for the family's cell phones that they say were taken from the home. ABC's Ryan smith back on the case tonight. Reporter: Tonight, chilling new details about the quadruple homicide and fire at this D.C. Majs nearly three weeks ago. Police finding suggestions of forced entry. The door is broken near the lock and has a single broken window pane, located next to a door latch, according to a search warrant. Now, police trying to match that print to suspect Daron Wint or others, looking for shoes with similar tread patterns. As for the cars Wint and others were in when he was arrested, police searching them for clothing or shoes containing blood. And duct tape or material to bind hands and feet. And more new clues in those search warrants indicating police are looking for other suspects. The cell phones of savvas and Amy savopoulos and housekeeper verve lee Figueroa were all mi missing after the fire. And Ryan is with us now. You reported extensively on the DNA picked up on the pizza. Has there been any other DNA uncovered? Reporter: Sources familiar tell us that authorities have far more than just a pizza crust found at the scene to tie him to the crime. They are trying to find a link between Wint's shoes and clothes and the victims, David. Ryan smith, thank you.
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