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While we cannot share specific details on the investigation in order to maintain its integrity and direction, we continue to make progress in our search, and we will not give up until we find her.” The chancellor released a statement after news of the arrest broke on June 30.

“We realize that this has been a source of anxiety for our entire campus community,” Police Chief Jeff Christensen wrote before the arrest.

“Our concern for Yingying grows with each day that passes, and we have personally witnessed the pain this uncertain time has created for her family members, friends and colleagues.

The affidavit provides chilling details; it says that authorities examined Christensen’s phone and alleges that he accessed a website entitled “Abduction 101” and sub-threads that were called things like “perfect abduction fantasy” and “planning a kidnapping.” He had also worked as a Physics class teaching assistant.

He continued teaching as a graduate assistant and earned his master’s degree in mid-May.” A university spokesperson told ABC News that Christensen’s “affiliation” with the university ended in May when he received that degree. I get that there are truly sick people out there, but its just so unsettling to think we had this ticking time bomb just waiting to go off.” Christensen’s Linked In page says that he graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in Physics in 2013, and he was in the Physics club at that school.

“This is a senseless and devastating loss of a promising young woman and a member of our community.

There is nothing we can do to ease the sadness or grief for her family and friends, but we can and we will come together to support them in any way we can in these difficult days ahead.” According to The Chicago Sun-Times, “Some 5,600 Chinese enrolled at U of I, more than at any U. college, according to government data.” The chancellor wrote in the statement, “It is with great sorrow that I must tell you that the FBI announced this evening that they believe Yingying Zhang, a visiting scholar to our campus who disappeared three weeks ago, is no longer alive.

According to his Linked In page, Christensen is a Ph. Student Researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and he has worked there for 3 years and 7 months. candidate in experimental condensed matter physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.