A prayer vigil was planned for the friends and families of those killed in the Waffle House shooting.
Families and community members will gather at Mt. Zion Church in Antioch at 6:30 p.m.
Four people were killed and four others were injured in the mass shooting on Sunday.
According to police, Travis Reinking from Illinois opened fire inside the restaurant around 3:15 a.m. He led officers as an almost two-day long manhunt in South Nashville, but was arrested Monday afternoon.
Officials have not discovered a possible motive.
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