UPDATED: 11:04 a.m.
Metro Police have captured 28-year-old Daniel Clark, of Dayton Tenn, suspected of killing a gas station clerk in Nashville last night.
Along with Clark during the crime and also captured was a missing minor, 15-year-old Trinity Quinn, for whom the TBI issued an AMBER Alert this morning.
Sometime before 9:40 p.m. Tuesday night at the Exxon at Charlotte Pike and Davidson Road, Clark shot and killed a clerk 58-year-old John Stevens.
Quinn, also from Dayton, and Clark were seen entering the store together on surveillance video. Metro Police said they appeared to shop before Clark pulled out his gun and shot Stevens. Both Clark and Quinn are considered suspects in the homicide, according to MNPD.
Clark and Quinn are thought to have fled on foot; his car was found in a nearby parking lot. This morning sometime shortly after 10 a.m. Metro Police Special Response Team apprehended the pair, who were in a wooded embankment off Old Hickory Blvd.
Special Response Team officers apprehended Clark and Quinn at this spot on Old Hickory Blvd. pic.twitter.com/Qyfh0VVDAl
— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) May 3, 2017
According the police, a dumptruck driver saw Quinn standing on the side of the road and called police.
Quinn had been missing since Monday and Clark had been added to the TBI’s 10 Most Wanted list.
According to WRCB out of Dayton, Quinn’s mother said Clark is a family friend who Quinn called “Uncle Dan.”
She said that she believed Quinn had had a bit of a crush on Clark but did not realize the seriousness of it.