How do I write a Delete query in SQL?

In SQL, How do I convert the following select query so that it deletes the selected records?  

SELECT 
  DISTCUST.DISTRIBUTOR,
  DISTCUST.DISTCUSTOMER,
  DISTCUST.CUSTOMER,
  DISTCUST.ZIPCODE,
  DISTCUST.CUSTOMERIDT
FROM
  DISTCUST
WHERE
  DISTCUST.DISTRIBUTOR = '07030'

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Thank you.
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GaryCommented:
DELETE FROM
  DISTCUST
WHERE
  DISTCUST.DISTRIBUTOR = '07030'

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thutchinsonAuthor Commented:
That did it.  Thank You!
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