Police serve warrants in Yale slaying

(AP) - Police in Connecticut say they'veexecuted search warrants on a person of interest in the slaying ofa Yale University graduate student.

They say two search warrants for DNA and other physical evidencehave been served at the apartment of 24-year-old Raymond Clark III. Clark was handcuffed and escorted out of the apartment buildingand into a silver car. Neighbors leaned over the building's ironrailings and cheered as he was led away. No charges have beenfiled.

Authorities say Clark will be released after police get theevidence they need from him and his apartment.

The New Haven police chief isn't describing Clark as a suspect.He says police are hoping to compare DNA taken from him to morethan 150 pieces of evidence collected from the crime scene.

Graduate student Annie Le vanished one week ago. Her bodywas discovered Sunday in the basement of a research building atYale's medical school.

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