In the 2 1/2 weeks since D.C. attorney Robert Wone was found stabbed in the Dupont Circle home of his friend of 14 years, police haven’t made an arrest. Nor have they identified a suspect in the murder of the 32-year-old general counsel of Radio Free Asia.

Without any further statements from the three residents of 1509 Swann St. N.W., all of whom were home the night of Aug. 2 when Wone was killed, police have focused on the one thing they have: the house where he was found.

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