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Slain man's Lexus found in Fairfax

Washington Post editors

A Fairfax County police officer found the missing sport-utility vehicle of slain car wash owner Yong S. Yun in Annandale Monday night, but police still have no suspects in Yun's killing.

Yun, 61, was discovered by his wife in their Fairfax Station home Thursday afternoon.The cause of death has not been disclosed. Police said Yun's 2002 gold Lexus SUV was missing and asked for the public's help in finding it.

Yun owned the Dr. Car Wash franchise on Route 50 in Chantilly, and a second car wash in Georgia.

On Monday around 11 p.m., an officer responding to a call in the 4300 block of Americana Drive, just inside the Capital Beltway, spotted the Lexus, Officer Tawny Wright said. Investigators do not know how long the vehicle was parked there, and asked that anyone who saw the Lexus being parked, or saw anyone around it, to call Fairfax County police.

-- Tom Jackman

By Washington Post editors  | October 12, 2010; 12:18 PM ET
Categories:  Fairfax, Homicide, Tom Jackman  
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Comments

Slain Korean's SUV located in Annandale... so I'm thinking -- Russian Mafia. Maybe not.

Posted by: blasmaic | October 12, 2010 1:14 PM | Report abuse

That wasn't funny at all.

Posted by: lfgray | October 12, 2010 5:00 PM | Report abuse

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