Law enforcement officers investigating the Christmas day blast in Nashville believe it was a suicide bombing and the remains found near the site may be that of the suspect, Anthony Quinn Warner.
DNA tests are being conducted on the human remains found at the scene to confirm, CBS News reports.
The investigation led officers to Warner’s suburban home in Antioch after Google Map images shows an RV of similar make and model used in the explosion parked in his yard last year. Neighbours also confirmed that the RV was parked there two weeks ago.
“The RV’s been there for a while; it doesn’t really move. It just stays there. So this was something that looked suspicious that it’s not there anymore,” Hozan Rejab, Warner’s neighbour told ABC News. He often kept to himself and seemed to live alone, Rejab told the news outlet of Warner.
Warner transferred the title of his property to a woman in Los Angeles last month for free, according to court documents.
At least three people were injured and several buildings damaged on Christmas morning when the bomb detonated in downtown Nashville. Police say the bombing was intentional.