Three aspiring rappers from Detroit who were missing since January 21 were found dead in an abandoned building in Detroit, Media Take Out has confirmed.
The bodies of Armani Kelly, 27, Dante Wicker, 31, and Montoya Givens, 31, and others, were found in a vacant Highland Park apartment building on Thursday.
The three rappers were scheduled to perform at a club in Detroit when they went missing.
Armani texted his fiancée, Taylor Perrin, on Jan. 21 to say the show was canceled due to equipment failure. That was the last that anyone heard from any of the men.
The bodies were found 5 days after a 15-year-old boy was arrested for stealing a car linked to Kelly.
“I can tell you that there was a juvenile that was arrested, not in connection with the missing people, but in connection with a vehicle associated with one of the missing people,” Dawn Fraylick, communications director for the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office, told CBS News.
The juvenile was charged with receiving and concealing stolen property on Jan. 28, according to Warren police. The car belonged to Kelly’s mother, Lorrie Kemp.
Lt. Mike Shaw of Michigan State Police confirmed “multiple victims” were found in an abandoned Highland Park apartment building on the corner of McNichols Road and Log Cabin Street, near Detroit’s Palmer Park.
According to local reports, Media Take Out has learned that police are looking into the possibility that the three men were killed by a serial killer.
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