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The main suspect in the bombing in Nashville has been identified as Anthony Quinn Warner (person of interest), Anthony Quinn Warner is a Nashville area resident.

He is accused of blowing up an RV parked in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, on Christmas morning, CBS News reports.

Anthony Quinn is a 63-year-old man. According to Pegus Tweet on Saturday afternoon, Anthony had a similar make and model of RV which was bombed at the Downtown Nashville on the Christmas eve.

Pegues had tweeted earlier that the police had identified him as a person of interest in connection with the bombing.


However, no other information was given whether anyone involved has been arrested or the identity of anybody involved.

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CBS News reporter of pages revealed through his Twitter that:

“@ CBSNews has learned the name of the person associated with the explosion in #Nashville on #Christmas Day. “Many sources tell us that Nashville resident Anthony Quinn Warner had a similar RV.” Authorities have not yet confirmed their identities.

At a news conference on December 26, authorities refused to confirm the CBS News report. They said they had more than 500 investigative links, so they were studying a lot of people.

“At the moment we are not ready to find anyone,” the authorities said.

They said they did not know more than one person was involved in the bombing, although they did not believe there were any active threats.

The bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a large section of 2nd Avenue on Christmas Eve. His motive is not clear yet.

“MNPD, FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation և The ATF is investigating at 6 p.m. A car bomb had exploded on North Avenue 2 on the 30th.

This seemed to be a deliberate act. “Law enforcement is blocking the streets of the city while the investigation continues,” the police wrote on their Facebook page.

Police confirmed that the explosion was related to a car. They described it as a parked RV.

“It’s 6 o’clock this morning. On the 30th, a car bomb exploded near the N center of 166th 2nd Avenue.

The investigation is underway by MNPD գործընկեր federal partners, “Metro Nashville Police confirmed in their first statement about the blast.

Another reporter said that the police bomb squad was convinced that there were no car bombs in the area.

According to a reliable source, the federal authorities are helping to investigate. It is not clear what caused the explosion, but there was a large explosion.

MORE UPDATE: Federal Agents Have Moved To Locate Person Of Interest In Connection To The Bombing That Happened In Downtown Nashville.

According to CBS News now reporting that a person of interest has been identified in the bombing in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.

Citing multiple sources, CBS News reports that 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner — a Nashville area resident — had a similar make and model RV like the one in photos released to the public. Those photos could be seen in Google Street View images of Warner’s address from May of 2019.

Federal agents are at the address listed to Warner, AGAIN … a person of interest, but NOT named as a suspect.
Certainly, they’d like to talk to him about the RV.

Authorities say they have received more than 500 tips……..KEEP THEM COMING.

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