NEW HAVEN, Conn. — An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect within the slaying of a Yale graduate pupil, authorities mentioned Friday.
Qinxuan Pan is needed within the Feb. 6 killing of Kevin Jiang, who was discovered mendacity exterior his automobile on a New Haven avenue with a number of gunshot wounds.
Pan, 29, is believed to be staying within the Atlanta space and must be thought of armed and harmful, Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Duffy mentioned.
He was seen within the Georgia capital suburbs of Duluth or Brookhaven, driving with members of the family, carrying a black backpack and appearing unusual days after the killing, Duffy mentioned.
Pan, an MIT graduate, is accused of stealing an SUV from a Massachusetts dealership the day of the killing earlier than driving to Connecticut.
Jiang, 26, had just lately gotten engaged to be married. The Seattle native earned a bachelor’s diploma in environmental research on the College of Washington and was an Military veteran and Military Nationwide Guard member, in accordance with his LinkedIn web page and Yale officers.
Within the Military, he was a tank operator and a chemical, organic, radiation and nuclear officer, in accordance with Yale.
The U.S. Marshals Service has supplied a reward of as much as $10,000 for info resulting in Pan’s location and arrest.