Nashville bomb suspect Anthony Quinn Warner 'is dead after DNA from human remains at site confirmed to be his'

HUMAN remains at the site of the Nashville bombing were confirmed to be a match to suspect Anthony Quinn Warner.

"An individual named Anthony Warner is the bomber," investigators said at a press conference on Sunday.


"He perished in the bombing."

Another investigator said: "There is no indication that any other persons were involved."

Officials asked anyone who knew Warner to contact them as they continue their investigation.

"Our evidence response teams will continue to process the scene downtown," an official said.

Investigators said they are still investigating a motive in the Christmas Day bombing that left three injured.

Officials said they were able to make a quick match due to having a single suspect.

DNA samples confirmed the match, after officials reportedly took a sample from the suspect's mother, NBC 5 first reported.


The match comes the day after officials searched the home where an RV was parked for months.

Investigators yesterday were investigating a "suicide bomb" theory after human remains were found amid the explosion site.

The positive match came the day that The Sun exclusively revealed that Warner was previously reported to police for making bombs in his RV back in August of last year.

A report seen by The Sun said the home investigated by cops on Saturday was “clean and organized.”

It added there was nothing found in the initial search to to directly link Warner to the explosion.

“No documentation was found regarding the 25 December 2020 explosion," the report said.

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