-- Police in Tennessee were searching for a person of interest today after a bomb was found in an employee's car outside a senior care facility.
"We are extremely grateful the bomb did not detonate when she opened that car door. If it had, the results would have been tragic –- for her and possibly residents inside this facility," Lt. Charles Warner told ABC affiliate WKRN-TV.
Franklin Police identified Mitchell Hunter Oakes, described as a convicted felon with a violent history and an extensive knowledge of bomb making and weapons, as a person of interest in the case.
Police told ABC affiliate WKRN-TV in Nashville that Oakes had some kind of prior relationship with the woman who they believe was the intended target.
Oakes, described as 6’3”, 240 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes, is considered armed and dangerous.