Police have seized computers and other electronics from the Dupont Circle home in Northwest Washington where lawyer Robert Wone was stabbed to death Aug. 2, according to an affidavit in a search warrant for the house that was recently made public.

The evidence, which included two laptops, a desktop computer, diskettes and USB drives, was among the material police confiscated during their monthlong search of the home at 1509 Swann St. N.W.

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