Hayward Police released a statement saying they are narrowing in on a suspect or suspects in the disappearance of 26-year-old nursing student .
According to NBC Bay Area, police are processing evidence and discounting several potential suspects in the case, which they on June 6, and will be ready to make an arrest in the near future.
Though Le's family has not yet made a formal statement on the recent news, family member did say that they were unaware of the identity of the persons of interest or the timeline as to when an arrest may be made.
"Our main concern is finding her home with us," said Krystine Dinh, Le's cousin. "We love her and miss her terribly."
During a rally held last Wednesday, which , Lt. Roger Keener of the Hayward Police Department announced that the Le case was the "No. 1 priority" for Hayward investigators. He said the case was progressing but that Le's extensive network of acquaintances, which spans the entire state, added more time to the investigation due to the number of people detectives interviewed.
Born and raised in San Diego, Le moved to the Bay Area about eight years ago, where she attended college at San Francisco State University. In the time since, she’s lived in Daly City, Oakland and, at the time of her disappearance, San Mateo. She recently enrolled in a nursing program at a Samuel Merritt University campus in San Mateo and was completing a clinical rotation at Kaiser Permanente Hayward Medical Center.
She disappeared during a break from her rotation at the Hayward Kaiser two months ago on May 27. Police located her car parked nearby with blood inside, but found no sign of the nursing student.
Since Le went missing, her family has offered a reward, currently at $100,000, for information about her whereabouts. Police and private citizens have also conducted for Le and the family hired a , but to date not much new information has been discovered as to what might have happened to her.