Warrant: DNA links Yale suspect to victim

A bloody sock links a lab technician to the murder of Yale graduate student Annie Le, according to an arrest warrant released Friday.

The warrant for Raymond Clark III says the sock has DNA from both Le and Clark. The sock was found hidden in the ceiling of the lab where they both worked, according to the warrant. The warrant also says a pen found under the victim's body has DNA from Le and Clark.

Police and cadaver-sniffing dogs found Le?s body in the wall of the lab on September 13. Le was supposed to be married in Syosset the day her body was found.

Application for Arrest Warrant

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