Authorities Have Individual of Curiosity Tied to Nashville Christmas Day Bombing

CBS News learned the name of a person of interest linked to the explosion that struck downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.

Multiple sources told CBS News that Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, from Nashville, had a similar make and model for RVs.

No suspect is currently in custody.

… # Exclusive @CBSNews has learned the name of a person of interest linked to the explosion that rocked #Nashville on #Christmas Day. Multiple sources report that Nashville resident Anthony Quinn Warner had a similar make and model of RV.

– Jeff Pegues (@jeffpeguescbs) December 26, 2020

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Google Maps showed a motor home parked at the address associated with Anthony Quinn Warner.

Breaking: A motorhome can search Google Maps for the address associated with “Anthony Quinn Warner,” the person interested in the Christmas explosion in #Nashville.

– Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) December 26, 2020

Law enforcement is currently at 100 block on Bakertown Road for “judicial activity”.

Local and federal agents are here in a “judicial activity” house on 100 block off Bakertown Road, an FBI spokesman here told me.
The neighbors said a RV similar to the one in the explosion has been parked in the house for the past 2 weeks. #nashvillebombing #Nashville

– Natalie Neysa Alund (@nataliealund) December 26, 2020

Ambulance responded to a massive explosion in downtown Nashville on Friday morning.

An audible warning was sent from a motor home parked on 2nd Ave prior to the explosion.

The warning lasted 30 minutes before a “countdown” began shortly before the massive explosion.

Shortly before the explosion, several police officers evacuated nearby buildings.

The FBI held a press conference Saturday afternoon about the explosion in Nashville.

The FBI said there are a number of people who are investigating them and are working hard to identify the human remains that were found near the explosion yesterday.



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