Young Dolph – Memphis Police Locate Alleged Get Away Vehicle Involved In Rapper’s Murder
New potential developments surrounding rapper Young Dolph have been announced.
— Jeremy Pierre FOX13 (@JeremypierreFOX) November 20, 2021
Young Dolph,36, was shot and killed in Memphis Tennessee on Wednesday, (Nov.17). The rapper was brutally murdered at Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies on Airways Boulevard. Since the shooting, Memphis Police Department have been looking for the suspects who were seen in the surveillance footage.
This is the car these “men” showed up in!! Young Dolph did not deserve this and we need to bring justice for his family first and foremost!!
— kurstea (@kurstea) November 19, 2021
Reportedly, the Memphis Police Department have found the vehicle that was used in the murder of Young Dolph, sources say.
According to recent reports, the white Mercedes Benz was found in the 1100 block of Bradley Avenue. Fox 13’s Jeremey Pierre has confirmed the news with several sources.
Social media seems to serve as the primary source of updates in the subsequent investigation. This is causing the Memphis Police Department and local media to react.
In recent updates, photos were released of Memphis police confiscating a car that appears slightly similar to the one seen in images from the shooting. These images are quickly gaining tons of attention on social media platforms like Facebook and TikTok.
Besides the photos of the Mercedes Benz being towed on Saturday morning (Nov.20), no additional updates have been confirmed. No arrests have been made in the investigation of the 36-year-old rapper who was shot and killed at his local hometown bakery.
Louis Brownlee, a Memphis police spokesperson said,
“I understand social media is buzzing, however, nothing additional is available at this time. Once additional info is available to share, trust and believe that we will get that information to you.”
Please continue to keep the immediate family in your prayers as they continue to mourn their loved one.
Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to follow this story as it develops.