Federal agents search a residence in Antioch in connection with the Christmas Day explosion
FBI federal agents raided a home in Antioch, Tenn., in connection with the blast that happened in Nashville on Friday.
According to FBI public relations officer Darrell DeBusk, The Tennessean reported, the FBI has been looking for a duplex located in the Nashville area finding evidence in connection with the explosion of an RV Christmas morning.
Earlier on Saturday, The investigation leads to a home in the 100 block of Bakertown Road in Antioch. a person of concern named Anthony Quinn 63-year-old Warner was identified by law enforcement, citing law enforcement sources.
A Google street view image of the location showed a RV parked in the driveway
About 2:30.P.M. Officers cleared the home for a search on Saturday. DeBusk said that the Antioch home
was experiencing a "court authorized activity."
An RV like the one in the bombing had been present at the building during the past two weeks, according to reports from residents. However, according to The Tennessean, no vehicles matching the description were found on the grounds on Saturday.
500 leads in connection with the explosion found in the house.