ANTIOCH, Tenn. (WTVF) — CBS News reports federal investigators have identified a person of interest in the case of an RV explosion in downtown Nashville Christmas morning.
He is 63-year old Anthony Quinn Warner of Antioch.
Federal agents spent the day searching his house.
NewsChannel 5 Investigates discovered just weeks ago - he signed over his longtime home to a 29-year old woman who lives in California.
Property records show he sold her another house nearby a year earlier.
We don't know much about Warner, other than he likely owned an alarm company during the 1990s.
Law enforcement received more than 500 tips that led them to this home on Bakertown Road in Antioch.
Marco Rodriguez lives in the same building as Warner. He said at around 10 am on Saturday federal agents told him to evacuate.
"They came in and told us to get out just in case there was a bomb or something," Rodriguez said.
Federal agents and metro police spent the day combing through Warner's home, making sure it was safe and looking for evidence.
Neighbors tell me when police showed the picture of the RV that was used in the downtown bombing, they immediately recognized it.
"It was parked over there all the time," Rodriguez said, "It's weird because it could've been us if he wanted to like blow us up or the bomb could've malfunctioned."
Newschannel 5 investigates were able to dig up property assessment photos of the home. It shows the RV there as far back as 2007.
Google street view pictures of Warner's property from last year also showed an RV similar to the one used in the bombing.
It is unclear right now if anyone was inside the house when federal agents entered.