Anthony Quinn Warner has been identified as the person of interest in the Christmas day explosion in Nashville.
Police chief John Drake confirmed the breakthrough Sunday.
According to Tennessean “Warner, 63, is a longtime Nashvillian who held several IT jobs throughout his life. Federal authorities are scouring the city for evidence on Warner.
Public records show he had extensive experience with electronics and alarm systems. He recently worked as an independent computer technician with the real estate firm Fridrich & Clark.
Federal agents searched his Antioch home and the Fridrich & Clark real estate office in Nashville Saturday. Google Street View images of Warner’s home show a white RV parked behind a wooden fence on the property.”
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) December 26, 2020
Anthony Quinn Warner is the main suspect in the #Nashville bombing. A background check shows he owns a property on bakertown road in Nashville, and Google maps shows an RV in that property. Authorities now at the property. His listed residence is a different address close by.
— whyspertech (@whyspertech) December 26, 2020