Who is Qinxuan Pan? Bio, Wiki, Age, Suspected Killer, Warrant Issued For MIT Student Full Details

Qinxuan Pan Bio/Wiki

According to the Interpol ‘Red Notice’ sent by the US Marshals, Qinxuan was born in Shanghai, China. A mustache and a mole or birthmark on the left side of his chin are possible characteristics of the US national.

Pan is a male who stands 5’8′ tall and weighs 77 kilograms/170 pounds. He is defined as having black hair, brown eyes, and the need for corrective lenses, as shown by the fact that he can be seen wearing glasses. Pan was last seen less than a week after Jiang’s death in Georgia. Pan, a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was seen driving with family members in Brookhaven or Duluth, Georgia, early on February 11. Pan was wearing a black backpack and behaving strangely, according to his relatives.

Pan was charged in February with unlawful flight to escape arrest and interstate theft of a vehicle in connection with Jiang’s death, according to the New York Times.

Age

He is 29 years old.

Warrant Issued For MIT Student Full Details

Kevin Jiang, a 26-year-old Yale University graduate, was shot and killed while driving in New Haven on February 6, 2021.

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Credit: New Haven Police Dept.

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, authorities said at the time that the gunman had targeted Jiang and that they were investigating whether he had been in a car accident prior to the shooting. Police named Qinxuan Pan, 29, as a person of interest in Jiang’s death. The police authorities called for the public’s support in gathering information about Pan via a Facebook post, while also warning that he may be “armed and dangerous.”

When Pan is apprehended, he will be charged with murder and second-degree larceny, according to authorities. Qinxuan Pan has a foreign arrest warrant issued by US Marshals as of the early hours of Thursday. Jiang, Pan’s victim, was a U.S. Army veteran and National Guard reservist who studied at Yale’s School of Environment. In February, he was laid to rest at the State Veterans Cemetery in Middletown. Jiang proposed to his girlfriend a week before his death. “We laid 2nd Lt. Kevin Jiang to rest and mourned him today at the State Veterans Cemetery in Middletown.

Jiang served with the 118th MFMB. Please note 2nd Lt. Jiang and keep his family, friends, and those who were affected by his death in your thoughts,” the National Guard said in a statement.

At the time of the incident, New Haven Police Chief Otoniel Reyes said. At the time, the US Marshals had proposed a cash reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to Pan’s capture.

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