Austin, TX Bombing Suspect Has Been Identified – Mark Anthony Conditt

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Austin, TX Bombing Suspect Has Been Identified – Mark Anthony Conditt

Police Identify Austin Bomber As Mark Anthony Conditt However Something Doesn’t Add Up

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The suspect in a spate of bombings that terrorized residents of Austin, Texas, died early Wednesday after detonating an explosive inside his vehicle as a SWAT team tried to apprehend him on the side of a highway, officials said.

Authorities had tracked the suspect — a 24-year-old white man — to a hotel in Round Rock, a city in the Austin metropolitan area, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said at a news conference.

Police did not name the bomber, but two law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation identified him to NBC News as Mark Anthony Conditt.

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Police were able to locate Conditt using a variety of tactics, including cellphone triangulation. Surveillance footage taken at an Austin FedEx was also used to apprehend him.

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