Young Dolph killed during a shooting incident at a bakery in Memphiso
Police in Memphis have released photos of suspects believed to be involved in the fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph.
The Memphis Police Department previously told Granthshala News Digital that officers responded to a shooting scene in Butter Cookies, Makeda, at around 12:24 p.m. local time on November 17, where they discovered a male victim, who had been taken to the scene. was declared dead. officials on Thursday Released photos Two men in gray sweatpants showing guns in the establishment’s parking lot to the public.
A suspect in gray sweatpants and a blue hoodie can be seen holding a gun with two hands. Another suspect in gray sweatpants, a black hoodie and a black baseball cap with him firing a handgun at the establishment. The two arrived and quickly left the scene in a white Mercedes.
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No one has been arrested yet and police are asking anyone who may be able to identify the suspects.
department added A statement posted on Twitter That Dolph’s alleged killing is “another example of senseless gun violence local and nationwide. Our hearts are with the Thornton family and all those affected by this horrific act of violence.”
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A representative for the artist, whose real name is Adolf Robert Thornton, Jr., told Diversity They said in a statement that they are “shocked and deeply saddened by the sudden and tragic loss of our dear friend and customer, Young Dolph.”
It further added, “The world has lost an ideal, a great man and a beloved artist, who is too soon to be taken for granted.” “His dedication, drive, hard work and loyalty to everyone around him always comes first and he will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this most difficult time.”
At a news conference Wednesday evening, Memphis Police Director Cerelyn “CJ” Davis did not say whether police think the other shootings under investigation were related to the rapper’s murder.
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Dolph was doing charity work in Memphis, which included visiting a cancer treatment center and giving a turkey to a church before Thanksgiving.
He recently performed at a concert at the University of Memphis. The rapper had loyal fans in Memphis, where they praised him for his success and love for the city. Some fans cried as they gathered outside the bakery.
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