In an all-new twist to the grisly Nashville bombing incident, authorities now believe that the suspected bomber’s girlfriend was vaguely aware of his plans and had alerted the police last year.

As per the documents obtained by The Tennessean, cops raided Anthony Q. Warner’s home last year after receiving a police report wherein his partner had warned the police of his deadly ploy, and found the RV vehicle parked behind the house.

The girlfriend alleged that Warner was making explosives in his recreational vehicle at his residence. Attorney Raymond Throckmorton III, who represented both Warner and his girlfriend, reportedly rang in the police after he was alarmed by the comments made by her.  The attorney and his girlfriend were allegedly aware that Warner was capable of “making a bomb.”

While authorities have confirmed the suspect behind the RV explosion on Christmas morning to be Warner, further probe into what exactly led to it is underway. The cops were able to track down the crime to Warner, after his DNA was found at the scene.

Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron spoke with a media outlet and reiterated that officers “saw no evidence of a crime and had no authority to enter his home or fenced property" when they went to his home. Furthermore, their report was sent to the FBI, which also found no records of Warner in its files.

While Warner died in the explosion, which injured three people and damaged about 41 businesses, the tragic bombing shook residents and changed the landscape beyond measure.

A volley of neighbors spoke with the press on Monday that Warner said that he was about to get really famous and the world was “never going to forget me” just days before the explosion. But, they weren’t aware in the slightest that Warner meant it with a tinge of morbidity. 

 Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, was labelled a recluse by neighbours. Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, was labelled a recluse by neighbours. CNN