The Metro Nashville Police Department tweeted, “BREAKING: Murder suspect Travis Reinking is in custody. Arrested moments ago.”

CNN’s Nick Valencia reported that 29-year-old Travis Reinking was arrested near a wooded area behind an apartment complex, which was the exact location where he was last seen. Authorities founded an empty laptop bag earlier today, with a handwritten ID card with Reinking’s name on it. The mysterious, black bag was found by a resident near a road. However, the police are not quite sure if the suspect ditched the bag before or after the shooting.

Grand Theft Auto

Last Tuesday, Reinking reportedly stole a car from a BMW dealership in Brentwood, Tennessee. During a press conference, Don Aaron of Metro Nashville Police said Reinking asked a sales associate about purchasing a BMW and when the employee asked for his identification, Reinking fled the scene. He had the vehicle’s key FOB and drove off the lot.

The Brentwood Police gave chase but broke off due to heavy traffic during rush hour. Eventually, they tracked the vehicle to Reinking’s apartment building. Since they didn’t have his identification, they only recovered the BMW.

Four victims, under 30 years of age, dead

All four of the victims that were shot dead at the scene were African-American.

DeEbony Groves, 21, was a senior at Belmont University and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was at the Waffle House with her sorority sisters and one of them is currently in critical condition.

Taurean C. Sanderlin, 29, was an employee of Waffle House and was shot dead as he stood outside the restaurant.

Akilah Dasilva, 23, was a musical engineering student at Middle Tennessee State University.

He was at the restaurant with his girlfriend and big brother.

Joe R. Perez, 20, was a Nashville native and was shot dead while he stood outside the restaurant.

No explanation from suspect

At this moment, there’s no explanation as to why 29-year-old Travis Reinking went into the Waffle House and started shooting. CNN reported that Nashville canceled all after-school activities while city officials began searching for the suspect to keep everyone safe.

The latest report said that Reinking worked in construction and he was terminated within the past three weeks. Last Monday, his former supervisors reported that he started a new job with their company but never returned.

White House press secretary credits hero

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee-Sanders said, “I also want to commend the heroic actions of James Shaw Jr. [Trump] offers condolences to the victims and their families [and is] monitoring the ongoing situation.”

James Shaw Jr. hid in a bathroom then took his chance by jumping from a counter and wrestled the shooter to the ground. Luckily, he wasn’t shot but was able to kick the gun out of the shooter’s hand before he escaped.