A bomb squad found no explosives in a suspicious vehicle in Tennessee that was reported to play audio similar to the one it had before the RV exploded in Nashville.
The truck was stopped on Sunday morning and the driver, who was accompanied by a minor, was arrested.
Police sent a bomb detection robot to the white truck parked next to a street in Lebanon 30 miles from Nashville.
However, the search revealed that there was no hazardous material or explosives in the truck, according to Nashville’s Fox17.
On Christmas Day, a recreational vehicle exploded in Nashville in what the police believe could have been a costly suicide.
On Sunday, Nashville police confirmed that a local IT professional, Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, detonated the truck, likely with himself inside. Human remains were found at the scene and a DNA test was carried out.
The motive remains unclear.
Before the RV exploded in Nashville, a warning sounded over a loudspeaker.
Police were called on Sunday after a local resident reported that the Lebanese vehicle known as a “box van” or small truck was playing similar messages.
Local news channels broadcast footage of the robot and then specialists prepare to approach the vehicle.
The Rutherford County sheriff’s office said they were alerted about 10:30 a.m. about the truck parked in Crossroads Market in Walter Hill near Highway 231.