Missing Yale Student Still Missing, But Bloody Clothes Found In Building

September 12, 2009

Connecticut (ChattahBox) – Reports that a body had been found in the case of a missing Yale student set to be married next week are false, source say. However, anonymous police sources are saying that bloody clothes have been found, and that they may belong to the missing bride-to-be.

Annie Le, a Yale student who has been missing since earlier this week, has baffled the now over a hundred investigators that are scrambling to find her.  Le was last seen Tuesday at a university laboratory, where she swiped her identification card to enter the building in the morning, but authorities have found no record of her leaving, despite some 75 surveillance cameras that cover the complex.

Up until now, there has been no trace of where the young woman may have gone, or what had happened to her.

But anonymous sources within the police department are reporting that bloody clothes that may have belonged to the victim were found in a ceiling area of the building she was last seen in.

One man, unnamed, has been taken in for questioning, but police have not said whether or not he is a suspect in the disappearance, and no details about what might have happened to Le have been released.

The department is expected to make an official statement this evening.

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