(CNN) - The suspect in the killing of Yale pharmacology graduate student Annie Le is due in court Tuesday morning in Connecticut, according to the court docket.
[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/CRIME/10/06/yale.student.killing/art.clark.booking.jpg caption="Raymond J. Clark III, 24, was arrested and charged with murder. His bail was set at $3 million."]
Raymond Clark, a lab technician at Yale, has been charged in Le's death and is being held in lieu of $3 million bail. Clark, 24, has not entered a plea.
The body of 24-year-old Le was found inside a wall of a Yale lab building on September 12 - the day she was to be married. She had been strangled, the Connecticut medical examiner's office later said.
Clark, of Branford, Connecticut, is not a Yale student, but has worked as a lab technician at the university since 2004. He lived with his girlfriend, who also is a Yale lab technician, according to police in New Haven, Connecticut.
A Yale faculty member described Clark's job as maintaining colonies for animals used in research. The lab is in the basement of the building where Le's body was found.
A motive in Le's killing was unclear, but police said they were treating the case as workplace violence.
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