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Police identify and launch manhunt for Young Dolph’s murder suspect

The law enforcement is asking the public to help find the suspected triggerman in the shooting death of


The authorities have been striving to make arrests in the senseless killing of Memphis star, Young Dolph, slightly less than two months ago without success. But it seems they are on track to catch the culprit, Memphis local news reported. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Marshalls, and the Memphis Police Department have named 23-year old Justin Johnson as the suspected Dolph’s killer and they are now looking for him.

On Wednesday (January 5), TBI announced on Twitter that Johnson is a wanted man and anyone with information regarding his whereabouts to call 901-378-3132 or 1-800-TBI-FIND. They’re offering a $2,500 reward for anyone with useful information. Described as 5’8″ and 190 pounds, the suspect is said to have hair and brown eyes, with a “Jayla” tattoo on his right arm. He is described as armed & dangerous.
Johnson is wanted for 1st Degree Murder, Criminal Attempt-1st Degree Murder & Theft of Property $10,000-$60,000.

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“We need your help to find Justin Johnson, wanted by @MEM_PoliceDept and TBI for 1st Degree Murder, Criminal Attempt-1st Degree Murder & Theft of Property $10,000-$60,000,” read the tweet. “He should be considered armed and dangerous. See him? Call 901-378-3132 or 1-800-TBI-FIND.”

According to a report by Fox 13 Memphis, a total of $15,000 combined reward is being offered for Johnson who is listed among TBI’s “Most Wanted.” Police say he’s evaded law enforcement for some time. Johnson is also reported to be affiliated with criminal gangs.

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