Tupac Shakur‘s alleged murder weapon was first lost and now its found or at least the mystery surrounding it has been solved.
Earlier this month, TMZ reported that a .40 caliber Glock that is believed to be the gun used to kill Tupac has gone missing from law enforcement custody. The Glock was found in Compton back in 1998 and ballistic testing showed then that it matches the gun used to kill the legendary West Coast rapper in 1996. Since then no one really knows what happened to the gun until now we learned it might have been destroyed and the feds were among the last law enforcement agencies to handle the weapon.
Las Angeles PD and Las Vegas police are unsure where the gun is or what happened to it and conspiracy theories are hounding in. The weapon was not just a possible match for the Tupac murder, it was also a match to another unsolved murder committed in Las Vegas. Law enforcement sources say the gun was sent to Las Vegas Metro PD who conducted their own ballistic testing and found out that the gun was not a match to Tupac’s case, but was a match to the other murder case.
The last known info about the infamous Glock is that it was in storage up until 2013 and from there it was likely destroyed along with a stockpile of weapons. Tupac Shakur was shot four times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. He died in the hospital six days later.