Tuesday Crime Stories: Young Yale grad student gunned down just after marriage proposal. HAS PERP FLED U.S.?

The U.S. Marshals Service has issued an international warrant for a suspect in the murder of a young Yale graduate student who was gunned down shortly after he became engaged. MIT researcher Qinxuan Pan is a suspect in the shooting death of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang, who was found fatally shot on a New Haven street on February 6.

Pan has been at large since police initially named him a person of interest in the homicide investigation. On February 27, New Haven police obtained a warrant for Pan’s arrest on suspicion of murder. Also in February, authorities said they believed Pan, who lives in Massachusetts, had traveled to Georgia; but a new report indicates investigators now believe he may have left the country.

Joining Nancy Grace today:

Wendy Patrick– California Prosecutor, author “Red Flags,” Host of “The Answer” on KCBQ Radio
Dr. Jorey Krawczyn – Police Psychologist, Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: Operation S.O.S. – Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide” 
Irv Brandt – (Retired) US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch, Author: “GOING SOLO: The Gospel of Luke,” and “SOLO JOURNEY: Buddha Knights.” 
Dr. Tim Gallagher – Medical Examiner, State of Florida
Alexis Tereszcuk – CrimeOnline Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker at Lead Stories dot Com; Twitter: @swimmie2009

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[Feature Photo/Left: Kevin Jiang and Zion Perry/Facebook Right: Qinxuan Pan/New Haven Police Department]