MIT grad student sought in Yale slaying allegedly stole SUV on day of murder

MIT grad student sought in Yale slaying allegedly stole SUV on day of murder


A Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student wanted as a person of interest in the slaying of a Yale graduate student allegedly stole an SUV on the day of the murder, authorities said in a report Sunday.

Qinxuan Pan —  wanted in connection with the killing of 26-year-old Kevin Jiang earlier this month — is accused of swiping a blue GMC Terrain from a Massachusetts car dealership then switching its license plate for a Connecticut one to “conceal the identity” of the vehicle, according to the New Haven Register.

The 29-year-old, whose last known address was in Malden, Massachusetts, allegedly asked to test drive the vehicle on Feb. 6 — the same day Kevin Jiang was killed — at a local dealership but never returned the ride, according to the paper, which cited a police report.

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A local car salesman said Pan asked to take the SUV to a mechanic for an inspection at around 11 a.m. and later asked for more

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