Person of interest identified in connection to Nashville blast

A law enforcement agency told CBS News that at least one person of interest was identified in connection with the Christmas morning explosion in Nashville. The person is connected to the exploded recreational vehicle.
Police responded to a shot that was fired near the AT&T building in downtown Nashville early Friday. Instead, they found a mobile home with clothes and blinds on the windows. Shortly afterwards, the warning of an impending bomb sounded and an explosion rocked the area around 6:30 a.m.
Cartridge casings were found at the scene, but it is believed that the ammunition associated with them was triggered by the large explosion.
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There's a video of the RV in downtown Nashville. The investigators have a Google Maps photo with the address of the person interested, on which a similar-looking camper is shown in the yard. According to Google Maps, the picture was taken in May 2019.
At least three people were wounded, and Nashville Metro Police Chief John Drake said Friday authorities had found tissue they believe could be linked to human remains near the site of the explosion. They did not state whether the remains were from someone linked to the explosion or from an innocent victim.
At least three people were injured in the explosion.
Police later said they believed the bombing was "a deliberate act". No motive was given.
This is a developing story. It will be updated.
Jeff Pegues and Andres Triay contributed to the coverage.
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