Officials confirm Nashville bombing suspect died in explosion

DNA evidence found at the scene matched Anthony Quinn Warner, according to FBI investigators.
2:17 | 12/27/20

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Behalf of the investigative team. I want to give you a major update in development that we come to in this case. And that is based on the evidence that we gathered at this point we've come to the conclusion. That an individual named Anthony. Warner it is the bomber. He was present when the bomb went off. In any parent in the bombing. Begs this conclusion on forensic evidence including DNA evidence did you hear about as well as evidence that was gathered at the scene of the bombing. Because this was a collaborative effort what I want to do is turn the microphone are to each of the agency folks here they got to talk about their agency's role in the investigation. How the evidence they gathered have a test vacant that conducted led us to this conclusion. Overnight PBI forensic sciences processed evidence from the crime scene for DNA testing. The evidence was compared to evidence collected from a vehicle used by the person of interest in this case. At approximately midnight central time forensic scientists were TV I can farmed a match of the DNA. At both locations. Belonging to the person of interest in this case. We're still following leads are right now there is no indication that any other persons. Were involved. We've reviewed hours a security video. Surrounding the recreational vehicle as well it we saw and no other people involved. Around that vehicle. Again this information is what we know after just a few days of investigative efforts. Crucial tips from the public. Corroborated by other investigative activity by our team initially identified a likely suspects. Some expert work by the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Sets equally uncovered a vehicle identification number. From the remains of the suspects are being there were positively matched to a vehicle registered to that individual. We continue to ask that those who may have known the suspect or encountered him. Contact your team at the 1800. Call FBI phone number. These pieces of information. Will help us understand a suspect's motives.

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