D.C. police have obtained an arrest warrant in the June murder of 64-year-old Hae Soon "June" Lim.
The owner of the Grace Deli who was found shot to death inside her store on H Street in Northeast D.C.
Law enforcement sources tell FOX 5 the warrant names the same man whose DNA was found on an empty holster inside the store after the murder.
46-year-old Steven Vondell Williams was picked up last August on a parole violation and is currently locked up in federal prison.
According to the search warrant affidavit filed in D.C. Superior Court, Williams declined to speak with investigators and instead asked for a lawyer.
June Lim was found shot in the back of the neck shortly after opening her store for business on the morning of June 14.
At this point, it's unclear what new evidence detectives have that can positively put Williams inside Grace Deli.
FOX 5 reached out to Lim's family several times over the last few days, but our calls and email messages have not been returned.
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