Person of Interest Sought in Shooting Death of Yale Student

Authorities offer $10,000 reward for information about Qinxuan Pan's whereabouts.

$10K reward offered in search for person of interest in Yale student's murder
With the person of interest in the shooting death of a Yale graduate student still at large, federal authorities on Tuesday increased the reward for information about the man's whereabouts. Officials with the U.S. Marshals Service said they are now offering $10,000 for information leading to Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student Qinxuan Pan. The previous reward was $5,000. "Pan should be considered armed and dangerous," the agency said in a statement announcing the higher reward. "Individuals should not attempt to apprehend him themselves." Pan, 29, is wanted for questioning in the February 6 death of Kevin Jiang, a second-year graduate student at the Yale School of the Environment who was fatally shot outside his car in New Haven, Connecticut.

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