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. (Published Friday, Jun 15, 2012)

    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. (Published Thursday, Jun 14, 2012)