Police Arrest Suspect Behind Drake and Future’s $3Million Jewellery Heist
TMZ reports that the police has arrested the person who allegedly stole $3 million worth of jewellery from rappers Drake and Future yesterday.
The guy who allegedly nabbed $3 million in jewelry from Drake‘s tour bus just got arrested. The suspect, Travion King, was arrested on campus at Arizona State University Wednesday afternoon, and cops describe him as a transient.
Police say they found him with the briefcase which contained all of the jewelry. He’s been booked for felony burglary. As we first reported … cops say the loot — which belonged to Drake’s DJ, Future the Prince — was lifted from one of Drake’s tour buses parked outside the Talking Stick Arena in downtown Phoenix. We’re told King has worked for the arena in the past for concerts … but he was not working during Tuesday night’s Drake-Future show.
We got video of Drizzy going off on someone on his security team after he learned about the heist.
In case you missed it, Drake and Future were robbed of jewellery valued at around $3 million during their concert last night in Phoenix, Arizona. The news made the rounds yesterday after a video showing the Hotline Bling rapper going off on the security was shared online.
Now, a suspect has been arrested according to new reports.
The suspect, identified as Travion King, was apprehended on campus at the Arizona State University and the police described him as unstable.
The police reportedly found him with the briefcase which contained all of the jewellery belonging to Drake and Future.
The suspect has since been booked for felony burglary.
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