Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ for the MIT graduate accused of murdering a Yale student

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Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ for the MIT graduate accused of murdering a Yale student

Qinxuan Pan
Image Source: New Haven Police Department

Interpol has issued a “red notice” for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student Qinxuan Pan, who is a suspect in the murder of a graduate student at Yale University, Kevin Jiang.

The red notice serves as an “international wanted persons notice,” and comes over a month after the U.S. Marshals Service expanded its search for the 29-year-old suspect, accused of murdering Jiang on February 6.

Jiang’s body was discovered near Yale University’s campus, and he had sustained several gunshot wounds. It remains unclear whether or not Jiang’s death is connected to a road rage incident, or whether Pan had targeted him. 

Pan apparently also stole a car from a Massachusetts dealership, and changed out his plates. Anyone with information could receive up to $10,000 from the U.S. Marshals.

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U.S. stock index futures were little changed early Wednesday, after the major averages finished Tuesday’s session slightly in the red.

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