Reuters Nashville bombing site
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed, Sunday, that traces of DNA found at the site of the Nashville bombing belonged to main suspect Anthony Quinn Warner.
And local and federal officials said that body parts found at the scene were identical to the DNA of Warner, 63,.
American media described Warner as “an information technology worker”, adding that he was “eccentric and lives outside of Nashville.”
The Nashville City Police Department said in a statement on Sunday that “it is unlikely at the present time that anyone else was involved in the explosion.”
On Friday morning, Nashville City Police announced that a powerful explosion occurred at 6:30 in the morning, resulting in the minor injury of 3 people, who were taken to hospital.
Police indicated that the explosion was caused by a residential vehicle and it was most likely an intentional act.
Later, police said that when the officers arrived at the scene early this morning, they found an RV with a “audio recording” saying the car would explode within 15 minutes and asking people to get away from the area.
Source: “Daily Mail”