As details of Michael Jackson's untimely death continue to unravel, police are searching for Jackson's personal physician, who was living with the troubled star and reportedly gave him daily injections of very powerful morphine-like drugs.
Conrad Robert Murray, M.D., a cardiologist licensed to practice medicine in Texas, was living with Jackson at his rented Beverly Hills mansion.
The Houston cardiologist was also with the pop superstar when he suffered cardiac arrest Thursday and performed CPR until an ambulance arrived.
It was also Murray's BMW with Texas license plates that was towed away from Jackson's rented mansion by police investigators after the singer died.
The doctor's car was towed from Jackson's residence on Thursday night and it is believed to contain "medications pertinent to the investigation."
Murray's account of what happened could be critical in establishing what happened to Jackson, who is rumored to have suffered a Demerol overdose.
An autopsy on Michael Jackson (1958-2009) is taking place today.
Jermaine Jackson said yesterday that his brother's personal physician tried to resuscitate him at his home, as did the paramedics. Doctors at the hospital then tried to revive Jackson for more than an hour, but were unsuccessful.
The exact cause of his death remains unknown at this moment, however, Jackson's myriad physical problems have been well documented, with some reports eerily suggesting in January that he had just six months to live.
While Conrad Robert Murray is not classified as a missing person, or sought in connection with a crime, police are looking for him so they can question him.
UPDATE: According to TMZ, Murray has surfaced in L.A. and is preparing to speak with law enforcement officials regarding the death of Michael Jackson.