ANTIOCH, Tenn. - The Waffle House at the center of a deadly mass shooting in Antioch has planned to reopen just days after the incident.
Several bouquets of flowers were placed at the location to honor the four killed when a gunman opened fire early Sunday morning. Store owners said they're working to set up a larger memorial space so the public can pay tribute to the victims.
The owners also said they’re hoping to reopen the store on Wednesday; however, that’s not an official date.
A sign has been placed at the front of the restaurant reading, "Thank you everyone for all the thoughts and prayers. #AntiochStrong."
Taurean C. Sanderlin, Joe R. Perez, DeEbony Groves, and Akilah Dasilva were killed in the shooting. More: These Are The Victims Of The Antioch Waffle House Shooting
The suspect, Travis Reinking, has been charged with four counts of criminal homicide. His bond has since been revoked.