Nashville: Federal investigators have identified a person of interest in connection with the explosion that rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas Day and were searching a home associated with that person, law enforcement officials say.
Investigators from multiple federal and local law enforcement agencies were at a home in Antioch, in suburban Nashville, after receiving information relevant to the investigation, said FBI Special Agent Jason Pack. Another law enforcement official, who was not authorised to discuss an ongoing investigation but spoke on condition of anonymity, said investigators regard a person associated with the property as a person of interest in the bombing.
Earlier Saturday, investigators said at a news conference they were looking at a number of individuals who may be connected to the bombing but have also found no additional explosive devices- indicating no active threat to the area.
Douglas Korneski, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Memphis field office, said 250 agents, analysts and FBI staff working the case were making progress in the search for the person or people responsible for planting a bomb in a recreational vehicle that exploded along a mostly deserted street. Three people were injured.