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More than 20 police and FBI agents stormed the Middletown, Connecticut apartment of Yale lab technician Raymond Clark late Tuesday night, executing search warrants and naming Clark, 24, as a “person of interest” in the investigation of Yale pharmacology student Annie Le’s murder. New Haven police led Clark away in handcuffs so they could obtain samples of his blood, hair, and skin, reports Newsday. The news came mere hours after the New York Post identified Clark as the polygraph-failing “person of interest” various publications had previously described. According to the Post, police had the apartment—which Clark shares with his girlfriend and fiancée—on lockdown for much of Tuesday.