4 killed, 3 injured in Tennessee Waffle House shooting
WZTV / Metro Nashville Police Department
Travis Reinking is wanted as a person of interest in an Antioch, Tenn., shooting.

UPDATE 1:10 p.m. ET: Travis Reinking has been arrested, per police.

The man accused of killing four people at Waffle House in Antioch has been captured.

Metro Police said Travis Reinking was arrested about 1 p.m. Monday.

Reinking is accused of killing four people at Waffle House along Murfreesboro Pike in Antioch early Sunday morning. A massive manhunt has been underway ever since.

FULL STORY: Tennessee Waffle House quadruple murder suspect captured, Metro Police say - WZTV


via WZTV:

NASHVILLE -- (WZTV) -- Four people were killed and three others were wounded in a shooting inside a Waffle House at 3571 Murfreesboro Pike in Antioch near Pin Hook Road.

Metro Nashville Police told Fox 17 News the shooting took place at approximately 3:30 a.m. Sunday.

According to police at the scene, a white man with short hair walked into the the restaurant and opened fire. A patron at the restaurant says the suspect exited his truck, opened fire into the restaurant, then entered.

Police are describing the gun the suspect used as a rifle, which a patron managed to wrestle away and throw behind the counter. The suspect then fled the scene, shedding a trench coat. He is believed to be naked or wearing just black pants at this time.

Metro Nashville Police identified 29-year-old Travis Reinking, of Morton, Illinois, as a person of interest in the shooting. Police say the gunman arrived in a vehicle registered to Reinking.

Police ask anyone who sees Reinking to call (615) 862-8600.

FULL STORY: 4 killed, 3 injured in Tennessee Waffle House shooting - WZTV

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