A man has been arrested by Las Vegas Police for the drive-by shooting of Tupac Shakur in 1996.
He was inside a vehicle at a red light when he was shot multiple times, including once in the chest.
Suge Knight, the boss of 2Pac's label Death Row Records, was also in the car at the time of the attack.
Shakur was rushed to a hospital, but was pronounced dead six days later.
Las Vegas Police have now confirmed that officers arrested Duane 'Keffe D' Davis this morning (Friday 29 September) over the attack, although the exact charge or charges were not immediately clear.
A formal indictment is expected later today.
The arrest marks a huge breakthrough in a case that has frustrated investigators and fascinated the public ever since Shakur was gunned down on the Las Vegas Strip 27 years ago.
Davis has been known to investigators for some time, having previously admitted in interviews and in his 2019 tell-all memoir Compton Street Legend, that he was in the Cadillac where the gunfire erupted during the drive-by shooting.
His arrest also comes two months after Las Vegas police raided his wife’s home on 17 July in neighbouring Henderson, with documents saying police were looking for items 'concerning the murder of Tupac Shakur'.
In 2018, following a cancer diagnosis, Davis said during an interview for a BET show that he was one of the people in the back seat of the Cadillac from which the shots were fired, also implicating his nephew, Orlando 'Baby Lane' Anderson.
Anderson, who denied denied any involvement in the Shakur shooting, died two years later in a shooting in Compton, California.
Greg Kading, a retired Los Angeles police detective who spent years investigating the Shakur killing and wrote a book about it, recently said he would not be surprised by Davis’ indictment and arrest.
“It’s so long overdue,” Mr Kading told The Associated Press.
“People have been yearning for him to be arrested for a long time. It’s never been unsolved in our minds. It’s been unprosecuted.”
Kading added that he interviewed Davis in 2008 and 2009 during Los Angeles police investigations of the killings of Shakur in Las Vegas and the death of Biggie Smalls - who was fatally shot in March 1997.