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Task Force of State, Local Agencies Work Around the Clock to Figure Out What Caused Explosion

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LEBANON, Tenn. - Tonight we're learning more about the victims of a Lebanon explosion. Jon Setzer was killed in the attack and his wife Marian was critically injured. It is still a very active crime scene and the property is still being secured by law enforcement. Tonight, we're told that the retired couple that lived there moved into the home in 2005 from Nashville. Friends of the Setzer's can hardly believe the news. Teresa Barlow in shock over what happened to fellow church members Jon and Marion Setzer. Investigators say a package delivered to the Setzer's home on Vance Lane exploded Monday around 5pm. The Sheriff's Department, along with TBI, ATF, FBI and State Fire Marshall are investigating.

Officials are being tight lipped about the details of the explosion, including whether or not the Setzer's were targeted. Friends say Jon was a retired Nashville attorney who began practicing law in 1974. He and his wife moved to Lebanon 6 or 7 years ago and were active members of Lebanon First United Methodist Church. Teresa says members are doing their best to comfort one another and of course sending prayers and well wishes to Marian.

An $8000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the case. If you know something, call 1.800.TBI.FIND.

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