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Washington, DC / Mansion Fire Mystery #1084068

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 21, 2015
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(Los Angeles: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington: Ryan Smith) The manhunt for homicide suspect Daron Wint% in connection with the murder of a Washington, DC, family {Savvas, Amy & Phillip Savopoulos%} & their housekeeper {Vera Figueroa%} before a fire burned down the house introduced; wanted poster, photos of victims & Wint shown. [DC Mayor Muriel BOWSER@, ATF agent Charles SMITH@- comment on the case.] The timeline of the case & Wint's criminal & work background reviewed.

(Los Angeles: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New York: Gio Benitez) The hunt in Brooklyn for Wint reviewed; photos shown.

Muir, David;
Smith, Ryan;
Benitez, Gio

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