The Nashville Police on Monday arrested a suspect in an attack that killed four people at a Waffle House restaurant in Tennessee on April 22.
The Nashville police posted a photo of the 29-year-old accused, Travis Reinking, online that showed his shirt visibly torn with his arms behind his back, reported The Washington Post.
Don Aaron, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, in a news briefing, also said that Reinking was dangerous and showed “signs of significant instability.”
At least four people were killed and numerous others were injured in the Waffle House shooting.
The Metro Nashville Police Department had said that the gunman was naked except for a green jacket when he opened fire at 3:25 a.m (local time).
Reinking had removed his jacket and fled on foot, after the shooting.