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Has the murder of the owner of Coppi’s ever been resolved? Whatever happened with the investigation?”
It’s my understanding that the investigation is still ongoing. The last update I’ve seen was a detailed article in the Post written last May.
Nori Amaya was murdered in the 3600 block of 16th Street NW ( The Woodner) in Oct. ’09.
Coppi’s is located at 1414 U Street, NW.
You can read the full Washington Post article here.
Has anyone else heard/seen any updates?
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