Nashville police say at least four people are dead and four others are wounded after a shooting inside a Waffle House in Middle Tennessee.
As of Monday morning, police continued to search for the suspected gunman -- 29-year-old Travis Reinking of Morton, Illinois.
According to police, there were no overnight credible sightings.
Police said the shooting took place at around 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning in Antioch, Tenn. Police said the suspect used an AR-15 in the shooting.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation added Reinking on its 'Top 10 Most Wanted' list Sunday afternoon. A cash reward of up to $2,500 is being offered with information leading to Reinking's arrest, according to a release from the TBI.
Police say Reinking first fired from the parking lot, shooting two men and shattering the glass window at the front of the restaurant. He then went inside and continued to pelt the restaurant with bullets, police said.
A patron inside the Waffle House restaurant eventually wrestled the gun away, according to the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
Police said that tally could have been much higher if that 29-year-old "hero" had not intervened and wrestled the gun away from the suspect. MNPD spokesman Don Aaron told reporters Sunday morning that the Waffle House hero rushed the suspected shooter, disarmed him and threw the assault rifle he was carrying over the Waffle House counter.
Police said Reinking had also been arrested last year in July 2017 by the Secret Service for being in a restricted area near the White House.
Police said the suspect was naked except for a green jacket when he went into the restaurant and started firing. He then left the scene of the shooting.
Police believe he may be on foot, possibly in a wooded area. When police searched Reinking's apartment, they could not locate two firearms. Police say they may be in his possession.
Police said they will be doing welfare checks with neighbors in the area and advise people to keep an eye on any sightings of Reinking.
Three people were taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center as well. One shooting victim died at the hospital. Two other shooting victims — Shanita Waggoner, 21, of Nashville and Sharita Henderson, 24, of Antioch — are receiving care at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and had previously been listed in critical condition. A hospital spokesperson said they are now in "stable condition."
Reinking has been charged with four counts of homicide for the deaths of Taurean C. Sanderlin, 29; Joe R. Perez, 20; Deebony Groves, 21; and Akilah Dasilva, 23.
Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Reinking are asked to call (615) 742-7463 or 911.
The mayor of Nashville is calling Sunday a tragic day after the deadly shooting.
The shooting that happened at the Antioch Waffle House Sunday morning is less than two miles from the church where one person died and nine others were wounded in a mass shooting in September.
We will continue to update this story as we learn more.