|2020 Nashville bombing|
|Location||166 Second Avenue North|
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
|Date||December 25, 2020 |
6:30 am CST (12:30 UTC)
|Deaths||1 (the perpetrator)|
|Perpetrator||Anthony Quinn Warner|
|Motive||Suicide driven by life stressors (Suspected)|
Authorities said the next day that the attack was likely a suicide bombing. The FBI named a 63-year-old man as a person of interest in the investigation. The FBI searched his home in Nashville on December 26. However it was later confirmed that the perpetrator of the bombing, Anthony Quinn Warner, was killed in the explosion.
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