September 15, 2009
Posted: 08:25 AM ET
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The killing of Yale student Annie Le was not random and could have been committed by one of only a small number of people with access to the building where her body was found, authorities said.
Le's body was found hidden in a wall in the basement of a Yale medical research building Sunday, the day she was supposed to be married. The 24-year-old graduate student had been missing for almost a week. Bloody clothes were found hidden above tiles in a drop ceiling elsewhere in the building, investigators said.
Her killing was not a random act, New Haven Police spokesman Joe Avery said. He would not elaborate.
Yale University President Richard Levin told students Monday: "We know everyone that was in the basement. There were limited number of people in the basement and we passed that on to police. There is an abundance of evidence."
Yale professor Gary Rudnick, who interviewed Le when she applied for admission to the graduate program in pharmacology, told CNN that the building where Le's body was found had good security, and only certain people could enter, let alone access specific areas. He said the circumstances suggested there could be a "murderer among us."
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