Police have re-implicated Yale lab technician Raymond Clark, previously called a “person of interest,” in the murder of Yale University graduate student Annie Le.

Clark was taken into custody Tuesday, but released after he volunteered a DNA sample.

According to The New Haven Register, police have now obtained a DNA match that implicates Clark in the strangling death of the student, who was supposed to get married last Sunday.

Clark is holed up in a motel in Cromwell, Conn., and police have told the Register that he could be arrested at any time and charged in Le’s death.

ABC News has reported that Clark text messaged Le on the day of her disappearance. ABC News also said that Clark had wounds on his back, his chest and arms after Le’s death.

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2 Responses

  1. Jamaicafest

    We need to wait until the all the facts come out before pronouncing judgment on this young man. One should remember there was a similar case at Yale 11 years ago which led to the acquittal of the suspect.


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