Police in Hayward, California are indicating that an arrest may soon be made in the case of missing nursing student Michelle Le. Authorities had already stated that they believe the 26-year old woman was murdered and now it appears they will move forward against a suspect, even though the woman’s body has not been recovered.
Evidence from Le’s car, video surveillance and her cell phone records led police to rule the case a homicide. Le was last seen on May 27 leaving Kaiser Permanente Hayward Medical Center. Hayward is about 30 miles south of San Francisco.
Lt. R. Keener, Criminal Investigations Bureau Manager for the Hayward Police Department , says, “Through the continued investigation, the analysis of evidence and through interviews, I believe we will know the identity of the person/persons responsible for Michelle’s disappearance sometime in the not too distant future.
A rally was held Wednesday — the two month mark of her disappearance — and a 100-thousand dollar reward is being offered.