Federal agents on Saturday searched the household of Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, in connection with the Nashville, Tennessee, explosion on Xmas Day, in accordance to numerous senior federal regulation enforcement officials.

Authorities said they are investigating no matter whether Warner may possibly have been the particular person accountable for the bombing, but they said they will proceed to adhere to leads. The investigation is using location at a household in the 100 block of Bakertown Road in Antioch, according to NBC affiliate WSMV.

A Google Road See image of the address reveals a leisure car or truck — which identically matches the description of the RV Nashville police claimed was made use of in the bombing — parked in the backyard of Warner’s home. WSMV stated the RV was no more time at Warner’s address.

The blast, which police referred to as an “intentional act,” remaining at least three men and women wounded and destroyed 41 structures and corporations nearby, Tennessee Gov. Invoice Lee reported in a statement.

Tissue was located soon after the explosion, and authorities are inspecting it to ensure regardless of whether it could be human remains, in accordance to Metropolitan Nashville Law enforcement Main John Drake.

The blast also broken an AT&T making, which disrupted 911 crisis expert services and temporarily grounded planes at Nashville Intercontinental Airport. Meanwhile, AT&T stated it experienced installed two temporary mobile towers downtown to provide company and that other portable web pages were remaining set up.

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Officers arrived at the scene prior to the explosion Friday, responding to reviews of shots fired all around 5:30 a.m., and found an RV parked in front of the AT&T developing, in accordance to law enforcement. A speaker technique on the RV was broadcasting a warning about an imminent explosion and telling individuals to evacuate in what sounded like a recorded female voice.

“They read the bulletins coming from this automobile, took them significantly and have been operating to seal the streets to safeguard folks,” said Metropolitan Nashville Police Department spokesman Don Aaron. “We believe life were saved by individuals officers accomplishing just that.”

Betsy Williams, who lives near the web site of the blast, claimed she was awakened by the audio of gunfire, adopted by the recorded warning. “It said, ‘Evacuate now. There is a bomb in this vehicle,'” she explained.

Lee announced Saturday early morning that he has requested an emergency declaration from President Donald Trump.

“The severity and magnitude of the latest circumstance is these types of that successful reaction is beyond the capabilities of the State and afflicted local governments,” Lee wrote in a assertion.

The governor subsequently created a additional distinct request for Federal Crisis Administration Agency guidance with recovery and “debris elimination,” in accordance to a statement.

Virtually $300,000 has been elevated for info in the arrest and conviction of a suspect associated in the explosion. Nashville Convention and Readers Corp. President and CEO Butch Spyridon explained Friday that the group presented $10,000 toward a reward, but the sum has given that been raised to $34,500.

“Like all people, we woke up this Xmas morning to the horrible news of the explosion on 2nd Avenue. Our hearts, feelings, and prayers are with all concerned or impacted,” Spyridon explained in a statement. “This is when we demonstrate the globe who we are. Thank you all for every little thing you do for our metropolis, and remain secure. I consider in Nashville.”

Clay Travis, a Fox Sports host, also available $10,000 for anyone who could deliver information and facts primary to the arrest of a suspect.

On Friday evening, Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC’s “The Income,” claimed on Twitter that he pledged $250,000 towards the reward and expressed his horror over the explosion.

“We just cannot have our streets terrorized like this,” Lemonis claimed. “Let us distribute the word and enable the town address this.”

Officials said they do not know the motive in the bombing, but neighborhood and federal authorities are investigating. At the moment, officials are tracking down over 500 leads and guidelines.

CORRECTION (Dec. 26, 2020, 1:49 p.m. ET): A preceding edition of this story misstated the surname of the Fox Sporting activities host who made available $10,000 for details primary to the arrest of a suspect in the bombing. He is Clay Travis, not Davis.

Dennis Romero contributed.