Police File Search Warrant in Killed Deli Owner Case

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    June Lim was killed on June 14 as she opened her store on H Street in Northwest D.C.

    Police have filed a search warrant in the case of H Street Northeast deli owner June Lim, who was killed in June.

    There may be a break in the case -- police say DNA evidence from the scene matched a man in their system.

    Family, Friends Mourn Popular Deli Owner

    [DC] Family, Friends Mourn Popular Deli Owner
    Family and friends of June Grace Lim remember her at the northeast Washington deli where she was found murdered. News4's Pat Collins reports.

    A robbery appears to have been the reason Lim was killed as she opened her shop early in the morning on June 14.

    An employee who arrived at the deli around 6 a.m. that day found Lim's body, telling police it looked like there was a struggle inside the store, reported NBC4's Tracee Wilkins.

    H Street Deli Owner Killed

    [DC] H Street Deli Owner Killed
    Police are trying to figure out who shot and killed a deli owner in the bustling H Street corridor Thursday morning. News4's Pat Collins reports.