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UPDATED 7:55 p.m. ET: The man who is suspected of stealing $3 million worth of jewelry from Drake's bus has been arrested. According to TMZ, Travion King has been charged with felony burglary after police found him with a briefcase full of the jewelry at Arizona State University on Wednesday. The publication was told that King had previously worked for Talking Stick Arena, where the robbery went down; however, he was not working during Tuesday night's concert.

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Drake and Future's tour was reportedly the victim of a multi-million dollar jewelry heist. According to ABC15, a briefcase containing $3 million in jewelry was stolen from one of their tour buses at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Ariz. on Tuesday night. TMZ claims the jewelry belonged to Drake's DJ and manager Future the Prince, but Drake is also visibly angry in a video obtained by TMZ. Police are examining security footage to try and determine who may be responsible. According to ABC15, police believe the suspect boarded the tour bus between 10 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. and made off with the briefcase containing roughly $3 million in jewelry.

Drake and Future are currently in the midst of their "Summer Sixteen" Tour, which is running through mid-October. It's been relatively full of drama, although mostly on-stage. Drake has called out a number of his rivals, including Meek Mill in Philadelphia, Hot 97 in NYC, Joe Budden in Dallas, and Tory Lanez on the very first night. Meek Mill even sent goons to confront Drake at the Philadelphia show, but they were rebuffed by security. Despite all this, though, the apparent robbery stands out as the most dramatic moment so far.

This is a developing story. Check back later for more information.