A Person Of Interest Has Been Identified In Nashville RV Bombing

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More developments in the Nashville RV bombing…

Nashville police, FBI, ATF, Highway Patrol and Mayor Cooper just finished a press conference, updating folks on the current state of the investigation.

As you know, an RV bomb was detonated in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning, injuring three and damaging over 40 buildings. Human remains have been found at the scene, however they have yet to identify them.

According to investigators, they have received over 500 tips from people regarding the case, and although they refused to name a person of interest, CBS News has identified one man.

According to CBS News, investigators have identified 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner, a Nashville area resident, as a possible person of interest.

Warner reportedly own an RV similar to the one that was used in the downtown bombing. USA Today reporter Natalie Neysa Alund, shared a video of law enforcement agents searching Warner’s Antioch home.

“FBI public affairs officer Darrell DeBusk said information developed during the course of the investigation led law enforcement to this home on Bakertown Road in Antioch.”

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department have also identified the six officers (heroes) that worked to evacuate residents prior to the blast:

Officer Brenna Hosey, who has been with the department for 4 years;

Officer James Luellen, who has been with the department for 3 years;

Officer Michael Sipos, who has been with the department for 16 months;

Officer Amanda Topping, who has been with the department for 21 months;

Officer James Wells, who has been with the department for 21 months; and

Sergeant Timothy Miller, who has been with the department for 11 years.

Stay tuned…

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