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Officers are searching for a Michigan shooting suspect after discovering the firearms used in a September restaurant shooting scene in his music video posted to YouTube.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) confirmed to Granthshala News that the agency received a federal warrant for the arrest of Tylick Campbell Thursday for felony possession of a handgun under 18 U.S. Code 922(g)(1) did.


“They were able to identify that they contributed to the gun violence at Pontiac,” ATF Detroit public information officer Tracy Morris told Granthshala News.

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The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Granthshala News that 22-year-old Campbell was taken into custody on October 4, but posted bond four days later, allowing his release on October 8, but no information about Campbell’s arrest. Could not share additional information immediately. The suspect is currently on probation for making a false bomb report or threat.

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Investigators told Granthshala 2 Detroit that the guns and extended magazines seen in Campbell’s rap music video posted on YouTube are the same weapons that were discovered at the shooting scene at the Alum Brother’s restaurant last month.

The sheriff’s office told the outlet that Campbell and several of his colleagues in the music video are suspected of being involved in various shootings prior to January.

According to Granthshala 2, officers arrested Campbell along with several other men for their alleged involvement in the September shooting. The sheriff’s office and Oakland County prosecutors are still trying to charge those involved, according to Granthshala 2.

There is a $1,000 reward for information that could lead to Campbell’s arrest. Officers are asking anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.