Missing student’s body possibly found

    What is belived to be the body of a missing Yale graduate student has been found behind a wall on the university’s campus.

     

     

     


    What is belived to be the body of a missing Yale graduate student has been found behind a wall on the university’s campus.
     
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    Yale Daily News reports that authorities uncovered what they think is Annie Le’s body on Sunday evening at 5 p.m. The remains were found in the basement of the research facility at 10 Amistad St. in New Haven, Connecticut.
     
    Annie was reported missing five days before her wedding, and in light of this recent discovery it has now been classified as a homicide. No suspects in the tragic case have been identified at this time. Police hope to identify the body with an autopsy.
     
    “The investigation will continue,” said Yale president Richard Levin. “We have every hope that it will be successfully resolved.”
     
    Footage from security cameras show that Annie walked into the research facility at on Tuesday, September 8, at 10 a.m., but she was never seen leaving. Now authorities will work to figure out where she went. Yale security said that access to rooms is restricted and the people that do gain entrance are digitally monitored.
     
    To get into the room where the body was found requires an approved Yale ID with a magnetic strip.  Yale School of Medicine dean Robert Alpern believes that likely limits suspects to people who could gain access to the room.
     
    “It certainly would be extremely difficult for someone from outside of Yale to get into that space,” he said. “Not impossible, but extremely difficult.”
     
    Police have said that Annie’s fiancé, Jonathan Widawsky, was not a suspect in Annie’s death.

     

     

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