NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV)- The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking to talk to anyone who received materials from Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner.

On December 25, an RV exploded outside an AT&T transmission building in the area of Second Avenue North. Both local authorities and the FBI have tied Warner to the explosion.

The FBI believes several acquaintances of Warner throughout the country received materials from him. And they want to speak with those acquaintances.

"We're aware the suspect sent materials which espoused his viewpoints to several acquaintances throughout the country. We're asking those who received these to contact the FBI at 800-CALL-FBI," FBI Special Agent Jason Pack said in a statement to News 4 on Saturday. 

News 4 have told you previously Warner may have believed in conspiracies about 5G cellular service.

Authorities have also told NBC News; the suspect had previously camped in unknown parts of Tennessee hunting possible aliens and investigated an internet conspiracy about lizard-like creatures.

Investigators are still sorting details and interviewing everyone who might be connected to Warner for answers.

 

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