New Haven police believe they have found the body of missing Yale University graduate student, Annie Le, reports the New York Times. Le was last seen alive in the lab at Yale where the police later discovered a body inside a wall. The remains have not yet been officially identified. Le was working toward a doctorate in pharmacology at the medical school and was to have been married yesterday.

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