Police probe killing of upstate NY nursing student

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Police are investigating the death of a Binghamton University student from Long Island.

Police now say a male nursing student who had a previous relationship with Anderson is a person of interest.

Investigators believe Anderson likely was dead for days before police were called to check on her welfare.

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Officers discovered the body of Haley Anderson after they were sent there to check on her.

Binghamton Police say the known person of interest is a male nursing student at BU.

Today, police declared her death a homicide after conducting an autopsy. Police said the male student had left the country by an worldwide flight, before authorities found Anderson's body.

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In a statement on Facebook, SUNY Binghamton officials said the university "community is deeply saddened to learn of the death of senior nursing student Haley Anderson".

Nassau County police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation at Binghamton and the Port Authority Police Department are assisting with the investigation. Further details about her death have not yet been released.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Binghamton Police Detective Division at 607-772-7080 or 607-772-7082.

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