Marcus Lemonis enters into the mix to find Nashville explosion suspect

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Marcus Lemonis — who is the Chairman and CEO of Camping World, Good Sam Enterprises, Gander Outdoors, and The House Boardshop — has offered to help in the Christmas Day tragedy in Nashville, Tennessee. There was an explosion early Friday morning that has destroyed a city block.

The authorities have indicated that they believe an RV was responsible for the explosion. No suspect has been announced at this time.

Downtown Nashville
Downtown Nashville (Photo by Unsplash)

Lemonis — who has active sponsorships in sports with the NHRA and NASCAR (NASCAR Camping World Truck Series) — has offered up $250,000 as a reward to attempt to find the suspect or suspects responsible for the explosion.

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“I would like to put up a $250,000 reward to anyone, who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction inside of your process, of this Nashville incident,” Lemonis said on Twitter. “We can’t have our streets terrorized like this #horror”

The Profit on CNBC is asking anybody on Twitter, “Let’s spread the world and help the city solve this. Somebody, somewhere knows something … spread the word.”

The FBI and ATF are investigating the incident with the Metro Nashville Police Department. On Friday night, there was information released that there was ’tissue’ that may be human. However, more testing will be needed to determine if an individual did lose their life in the blast.

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Six Metro Nashville Police Department were considered heroes for helping save lives, as they helped evacuate nearby buildings before the bomb went off. One police officer was injured in the blast, as they were knocked off their feet.

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