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Chicago police are investigating reports that rapper FBG Cash's killers may have placed an Apple AirTag on his Kia SUV to easily track him after he left a club an hour before he was killed.

The 31-year-old drill rap legend was shot 13 times and killed in the early morning hours of June 10 in Chicago.

Surveillance video shows a black Cadillac blocking FBG Cash's Kia SUV at an intersection on the 1600 block of W. 81st Street. 2 men jumped out of the car and opened fire. Cash tried to flee on foot but he was gunned down.

The suspects remain at large.

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FBG Cash's five surviving children took a photo with a life-size cutout of their father at his funeral in Chicago last week.

Now there are rumors that the killers placed an Airtag on the undercarriage of his Kia SUV before he left a nightclub the morning of his murder.

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Apple released the first generation AirTags in 2021 to track the location of misplaced items such as keys and wallets.

But Apple has delayed launching second generation AirTags due to widespread news reports of criminals using the tracking devices to stalk victims.

A second generation AirTag may be equipped with anti-tracking features to prevent lawbreakers from using them to commit crimes.
 

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A Twitter post by Miss Maryland USA 2021 contestant Jazmine Wright claims a stalker used an Apple AirTag to follow her home.

Apple AirTags are small devices that allows users to track their lost or stolen iPhones, laptops, purses, wallets, or boyfriends.

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Wright claimed a stalker attached an Apple AirTag tracking device to the wheel well of her Lexus while she was in a bar around 2 a.m. Saturday.

Wright, 28, tweeted:

"So something kinda terrifying happened to me last night. Someone attached an Apple AirTag to the underside of my front wheel well while I was inside a bar.

"It was 2 am and I was driving away with no cars around me and I kept getting this alert for like 30 mins straight."

Wright posted a screenshot of an iPhone notification that read, "AirTag Found Moving With You: The location of this AirTag can be seen by the owner."

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Wright made her Twitter account private after the thread went viral.

Law enforcement officials also warn that car thieves may use the devices to track your car to your home and steal it overnight.

In a support document, Apple explains how to disable an AirTag tracker.