Reward offered in case of missing Yale student

Yale University announced Friday it?s offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to missing student and bride-to-be Annie Le.

The Yale graduate student is supposed to get married in Syosset on Sunday. Her fiancé is from Huntington.

Police say Le?s fiancé Jonathan Wadawski, her family, friends and even professors are participating in the search. Le was last seen Tuesday at the school when a surveillance camera caught a photo of her. University police say they see no evidence of foul play at this time.

Investigators are trying to figure out why Le left her purse, cell phone and wallet behind in her university office.

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