Officials are quickly moving forward in their investigation into the murder of 24-year old Yale graduate student Annie Le. Cops stormed the home of university lab technician Raymond Clark, having hauled him in handcuffs to undergo DNA testing. At 3 a.m. Wednesday morning he was released to his lawyer after supplying the requested samples. It is still unclear whether he will be charged and what his relationship with Le was beyond lab co-workers.
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Clark worked in the lab Le was last seen in the morning she disappeared. Tiny drops of blood were found in the lab and investigators believe her body was then moved to another room where it was crammed down a 2-foot-long cable-wire shaft. Clark was taken away from the apartment he shares with his fiance and a car supposedly belonging to him was towed.
Le was also engaged: the day she was killed she was set to marry Columbia University student John Widawsky.