NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBS/AP) A police spokesman says no arrests are imminent in the killing of Yale graduate student Annie Le whose body was found inside the basement wall of a university research building.
New Haven police Officer Joe Avery says that contrary to published reports, police do not expect to make an arrest Tuesday in the death of 24-year-old Le.
He would not comment further.
The state medical examiner's office says it plans to release the results of Le's autopsy Tuesday.
Several news organizations reported that police were interviewing a possible suspect who failed a polygraph test and has defensive wounds on his body.
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