FBI Sifts Trash for Clues to Missing Yalie

Investigators hope for hints in lab garbage
By Drew Nelles,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 13, 2009 3:00 PM CDT
FBI Sifts Trash for Clues to Missing Yalie
A member of the Connecticut State Police canine unit walks with a dog in a park across the street from the Yale medical complex where missing graduate student Annie Le was last seen.   (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

The FBI began investigating today a Hartford trash facility for any clues to the disappearance of Yale student Annie Le, the Hartford Courant reports. A spokesman says the FBI is looking for evidence in garbage from a New Haven laboratory where Le was last seen. Investigators have also started reviewing surveillance tapes frame by frame in an attempt to spot Le’s exit from the building.
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