Las Vegas police arrested a man on Friday on suspicion of being connected to the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur almost three decades ago, reports Associated Press (AP).
Duane ?Keffe D? Davis was arrested on Friday morning, although the exact charge or charges were not immediately clear, according to the AP report.
Reuters was unable to confirm the report or contact Davis or his legal representatives.
The rapper died on September 13, 1996, a week after being shot four times while waiting in his car at a red light.
Duane admitted in interviews and in a 2019 memoir called Compton Street Legend that he was in the Cadillac from which the shooting erupted, AP said.
The death of the rapper, one of the most acclaimed in hip-hop, inspired several documentaries.
Tupac Shakur was an award-winning rapper, activist and actor who sold more than 75 million records worldwide.