A 17-year-old has been arrested in the murder of aspiring rapper PnB Rock. Los Angeles detectives made the arrest early Tuesday.
The teenager was arrested near Gardenia, multiple police sources told NBC LA.
An arrest bulletin released by LAPD Wednesday described the second suspect, Freddie Lee Trone, as “being involved” in the murder.
The bulletin made no mention of an earlier arrest, according to NBC NewYork.
Cops say Trone is still at large, and should be considered “armed and dangerous.”
The rapper was fatally shot at a Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles restaurant on Sept. 12.
PnB Rock, real name Rakim Allen, was eating lunch with his girlfriend when a man approached their table and demanded his custom jewelry.
Words were exchanged and the man shot Allen multiple times. The gunman robbed Allen and his girlfriend of several gold and diamond chains and fled out a side door into a waiting vehicle.
Police did not say whether Trone is the gunman or the getaway driver.
Allen, 30, was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.
Police urged the public to contact 911 if you see Trone or have any information on his location.
Allen is best known for his 2016 single “Selfish.” He routinely flashed money and custom diamond jewelry in photos on Instagram.
Instagram blogger DJ Akademiks posted an interview with Allen that was done a week before Allen died. In the video, Allen discussed an attempted robbery incident in Los Angeles.
Watch the video below.