The car driven by two armed men suspected of killing rapper Young Dolph in Memphis last week was reportedly used in another killing earlier this month.
The white Mercedes Benz that was used in the shooting of Dolph was found by police on Saturday in a Memphis neighborhood. According to the New York Post, the car was linked to a Covington shooting on Nov. 12 shooting that left one woman dead and another injured.
The driver of the Mercedes allegedly followed another car out of a high school football game and when the cars were stopped at an intersection, two men stepped out of the Mercedes and opened fire at the other car.
Dolph walked into Makeda’s Butter Cookies last week when someone drove up and shot and killed him at the South Memphis bakery.
Memphis police said that the shooters, one armed with a semi-automatic rife and the other with a handgun, pulled up in a white, two-door Mercedez Benz before running past Dolph’s car and firing into the cookie shop.