Dozens of Las Vegas police body camera videos have been released, showing the moment a man and woman exited a home raided in July in connection with the cold case killing of rapper Tupac Shakur.
The heavily redacted footage obtained by The Associated Press does not reveal the couple’s identities or provide a view into the home.
The search warrant mentioned that police were looking for items related to Shakur’s murder from Duane “Keffe D” Davis, a witness to the crime. The videos show the couple emerging from the garage after SWAT officers announced their presence. The man and woman walked towards the officers with their hands on their heads and were subsequently detained.
The videos do not show the actual search of the home, but the search warrant listed items collected, including computers, a cellphone, a hard drive, a Vibe magazine featuring Shakur, bullets, photographs, and a copy of Davis’ memoir. Davis, who is the uncle of one of Shakur’s known rivals, admitted in his memoir to being inside the car during the drive-by shooting that killed Shakur. The shooting occurred in 1996 when Shakur was 25 years old. Davis implicated his nephew, Orlando Anderson, as one of the individuals involved in the shooting. Anderson denied any involvement and later died in a separate shooting. Authorities have not provided further details about the investigation.