The body of Annie Le, 24, a Yale University medical school graduate student, was found behind a wall in a university lab building on the day she was to be married, Sept. 13, 2009. Le disappeared on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009, after she was last seen at her New Haven, Conn. laboratory. She is seen here in a Facebook photo.
Annie Le, right, was engaged to graduate student Jonathan Widawsky, left, who is doing physics research at Columbia University in New York. Le had not contacted her fianc
Annie Le grew up in Placerville, Calif. She received her undergraduate degree in bioscience from the University of Rochester in New York in 2007. She is seen here in a Facebook photo.
Jonathan Widawsky is in New Haven with the family of his fianc
Yale graduate student Annie Le was last seen at her laboratory in New Haven, Conn. Le, seen here in Jamaica in a Facebook photo, left her purse, cell phone, credit cards and money in her office the day she disappeared.
The FBI and state and campus police are working together to unravel the mistery behind Annie Le's death. She is seen here with fianc
In her most recent Facebook status, Yale student Annie Le wrote, "less than one week til the big day!" She and her fianc
Annie Le wrote an artice on campus safety in a graduate publication, in which she warned students to be aware of their surroundings. She is seen here with her fianc
According to friends and co-workers, Annie Le was excited about getting married to Jonathan Widawsky. Le, a Yale graduate student, went missing five days before her wedding and her body was found on the day she was to be married. She is seen here in a Facebook photo wearing pink tiara labeled "Bride."
Annie Le was conducting research in the pharmacology department at Yale University before she vanished on Sept. 8, 2009. Her mentor, Rocky Tuan, described her as bright and hardworking. "Everybody got along with her. She's always smiling, laughing," he said. She is seen with her fianc
While at the University of Rochester for her undergraduate studies, Annie Le did a summer project at the National Institutes of Health. She said her career goal was to work as an NIH investigator or as a professor. Le's body was found behind a wall in a secure lab building where she worked on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009. She is seen here with fianc
Annie Le, a doctoral student in pharmacology at Yale University, left her purse, cell phone, credit cards and money in her office on the day she went missing, Tuesday, Sept. 8. She is seen here in a Facebook photo taken in Jamaica in 2008.
On Annie Le's Facebook page she gushed about plans for her wedding with Columbia graduate student Jonathan Widawsky. The couple poses in this Facebook photo taken on their anniversary, which the couple celebrated in Jamaica in 2008.
Annie Le, seen in this Facebook photo, had not contacted her family, co-workers or friends since she went missing on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Her fianc
Annie Le disappeared from the Yale University campus in New Haven, Conn. on Sept. 8, 2009. She was to be married Sept. 13, the day her body was found on campus. She is seen wearing a "Bride" tiara as she hugs a friend in this Facebook photo.
Annie Le, a 24-year-old Yale University graduate student whose body was found dead after shew went missing, wrote an article about campus safety in the February issue of "B magazine," a graduate student publication. She is seen here with her fianc
Friends of Jonathan Widawsky, left, told "The Early Show" that his fianc
Annie Le and Jonathan Widawsky, seen here in a Facebook photo, were to be married Sunday, Sept. 13, the same day her body was discovered behind a wall in the laboratory building where she worked at Yale University.
Annie Le, whose body was found Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009, wrote on her Facebook wedding blog that she was very excited for the event and had even purchased four different wedding dresses. In this photo, Le and fianc