Police say they’ve identified a suspect in the brutal quadruple D.C. murder—not because of evidence like the grainy surveillance footage of the killers fleeing the house, but because the killers apparently decided to order in some Dominos while they tortured and murdered four people.

According to reports, cops believe the suspects ordered Dominos to the house Thursday for a quick pizza break before murdering the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper and setting the house on fire. But it seems a piece of crust escaped the flames, yielding viable DNA evidence. Via the Washington Post:

Police said they had obtained a warrant for the arrest of Daron Dylon Wint, who they said is in his mid-30s and is from Maryland. They said they do not know his whereabouts.

The break in the case that has transfixed the region came after police matched Wint to DNA found on the crust of a Domino’s pizza that had been ordered to the house the night of May 13, as the victims were being held, according to three law enforcement officials with knowledge of the investigation

WTOP reports Wint is 34, 5’7 and around 155 pounds.

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