Mercedes used in the killing of Young Dolph, possibly located, sources say
The mystery over who murdered Young Dolph may be one step closer to being solved — because it looks like the cops have tracked down the getaway car in which the killer fled.
The vehicle was located Saturday in the Orange Mound neighborhood of South Memphis — on the 1100 block of Bradley Street … this according to a reporter with FOX13, who confirmed the news with local law enforcement officials, who believe they may have it.
Several different photos and videos have surfaced showing a white 2-door Mercedes Benz being towed out of a driveway of a residential home … with neighbors looking on, and police surrounding the area. Per reports, the car appeared to be abandoned here — and still intact.
At first glance … the vehicle depicted in these clips certainly does look like the one cops posted photos of when asking the public for help in identifying it.
While a clear license plate wasn’t visible in the photos that the police threw up … you can kinda make one out in these videos circulating online. Unclear if the person whose property this was found on is being taken in for questioning or not — but ya gotta imagine they’re a person of interest, assuming this turns out to be the car they’re after.
As we reported … two men rolled up to Makeda’s Homemade Cookies — where Dolph was inside at the time — and jumped out, opening fire on him in broad daylight. After unleashing a barrage of bullets that ultimately killed him on the spot, the perps fled in said Benz.
Memphis PD has yet to speak on the discovery — they wouldn’t confirm to us either way if they thought they had something, but based on this preliminary evidence, it could be a match.
Here’s the crazy part … the car was left just a mere 3 miles from the site of the shooting.