NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A News 2 viewer helped to identify one of the men suspected of breaking into a Nashville musician’s home earlier this week, stealing his instruments and weapons.

Nicholas Britt-Cunningham reported to Metro police that his home on Nunley Drive was burglarized on Aug. 17. He said the thieves stole his guitars, five guns and other musical equipment.

(Courtesy: Nicholas Britt-Cunningham)

Britt-Cunningham provided News 2 with Ring camera footage that showed two men break into his home through the back door and steal his belongings.

An arrest warrant states that a viewer watching the news broadcast provided a tip to police, identifying one of the burglars in the video as 30-year-old Raymond Worden, Jr.

Metro police went to Worden’s apartment on Welch Road, where they searched the residence and recovered one of the guitars, a pedalboard and a black gun case, all stolen from Britt-Cunningham’s home, according to the police report.

Raymond Worden, Jr. (Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department)

Worden was arrested and booked into the Metro jail Friday morning on a charge of felony burglary. His bond was set at $6,000.

While detectives said they have identified the second suspect, online jail records show he is not in custody, as of 5:30 a.m. Friday.