Apple customer finds himself near crime scene
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Apple customer finds himself near crime scene

As Charles Lott of Poolesville, Md., waited in line Saturday at a Bethesda Apple retail store to buy the new iPad 2, police investigated a killing and sexual assault at a Lululemon Athletica store next door. (Eric Athas/The Washington Post)

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