The suspect for the quadruple murder of a wealthy Washington D.C. family was arrested in D.C. Thursday night after a manhunt that went from D.C. to Brooklyn, N.Y. and back. Daron Dylon Wint, 34, was nabbed in D.C. around 11 p.m., according to CNN.

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Police suspected Wint was hiding in a Brooklyn home on Thursday, and the manhunt landed his girlfriend in police custody. She told cops that Wint wanted to turn himself in, but also said he might be returning to D.C. Which he did. Authorities found him staying at a Howard Johnson Hotel in Washington.

Wint was on the run after allegedly murdering a prominent family in Washington, D.C. inside a burning million dollar home, in what may have been a killing over money. The bodies of Savvas Savopoulos, along with his wife, Amy, their 10-year-old son Philip and the family’s housekeeper, Veralicia Figueroa, were discovered the afternoon of May 14 after firefighters responded to reports of a fire.

Wint was linked to the murders by DNA found on the crust of a Dominos pizza that was delivered to the house on May 13, while the victims were held captive inside, authorities said. The Domino’s deliveryman dropped off two pizzas to the front of the house, where payment was left in an envelope outside.The same night, a personal assistant to Savopoulos dropped off $40,000 in cash to the house, police said. Wint, himself worked for Savopoulos company American Iron Works.