CBS news think they know the identity of who set off the car bomb in Nashville on Christmas Day. Questions are still being asked about the motive and how he could have possible came up with the scheme in the first place.
Anthony Quinn Warner was identified as the person of interest accused in the explosion of a parked RV in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, on Christmas morning, according to CBS News.
Jeff Pegues, a CBS News journalist, wrote on Twitter, “@CBSNews has learned the name of a person of interest tied to the explosion that rocked #Nashville on #Christmas Day. Multiple sources tell us that Anthony Quinn Warner, a Nashville area resident, had a similar make and model RV.” Authorities have not yet confirmed the identity
In a December 26 press conference, authorities declined to confirm CBS News’ name release. They said they had over 500 investigative leads and are, thus, looking into multiple individuals. “At this point, we’re not prepared to identify any single individual,” authorities said. They said they don’t know if there was more than one person involved in the bombing, although they don’t believe there are any active threats.
This comes after a new video showing the explosion which seems to lead to a lot more questions about the incident. The bomb appears to detonate away from the RV instead of the RV exploding. People are also claiming they see multiple explosions in the footage.