Waffle House shooting suspect wanted for auto theft in Brentwood

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Multiple sources now confirm that before he went on his waffle house shooting rampage – wanted man Travis Reinking stole a car from a Brentwood BMW dealership.

Police confirm Brentwood police are now investigating and interviewing people at the car dealership in the Cool Springs area.

On Tuesday afternoon, Reinking walked into the BMW dealership and drove off with a vehicle from the and was quickly pursued by Brentwood police. 

The chase was discontinued somewhere along Concorde Road, based on policies governing speed and safety.

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Police confirm the car was recovered at Reinking’s Antioch apartment complex.  

Sources say there is no dash cam that shows much from the pursuit but there is surveillance footage inside the auto dealership. The car was equipped with GPS, making it easy for police to track its location.

While the incident may not add much to the shooting investigation, it certainly is one more bizarre piece in a puzzle along a timeline, that for many, still makes no sense,especially in terms of motive.

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