Bloody clothing of missing Yale student found on campus

Posted Sep 12, 2009 by KJ Mullins
Bloody clothing that is thought to belong to missing student Annie Le have been found above a ceiling tile in a Yale building.
The police have identified a "person of interest" according to
Le was to be married tomorrow in Long Island. She has been missing since this Tuesday.
Police have been going through surveillance tapes of the last building that Le is known to have entered. She does not leave from the building according to the tapes from 75 cameras that cover the campus.
On Saturday the police were studying a blue print of the laboratory building in the Yale Medical School complex.
Yale, as Digital Journal has previously reported, has issued a $10,000 reward for the safe return of Le.
Annie Le is 4 foot 11 inches tall, 90 pounds and of Asian descent.
This is a breaking news story with updates to follow as they come in.
The body of Annie Le has been found shortly after her bloody clothes were located in a ceiling tile.
Police have cleared the building at 10 Amistad St. in New Haven as a murder scene.
There are now reports that the body of Annie Le were not found in the building.
6:01 p.m. -Yale Daily News has been blogging this afternoon's events live. They quote from a police press conference just moments ago:
"We don't know where she is," Yale spokesman Tom Conroy said. "We don't know if a crime were committed or not," he said.
"I will categorically say a body has not been found," Kimberly Mertz, the special agent in charge of the FBI in Connecticut said.
"Items that could potentially be evidence has been seized," Mertz said. "I'm not going to confirm what was seized."