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Surveillance photos show Austin bombing suspect

Surveillance photo of Austin bombing person of interest
Surveillance photo of Austin bombing person of interest
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We have obtained photos of the 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt, the Austin bombing suspect investigators believe dropped off two suspicious packages on Sunday. The two packages the suspect dropped off are connected to the string of explosions in Austin.

Conditt killed himself by detonating an explosive device in his car as SWAT officers approached him on I-35 in Round Rock.

We're told the US Marshal's Lone Star Fugitive Task Force - Austin Division - gathered the video and helped the lead agencies get an idea of where this person of interest might be.

Our sources tell us these pictures are from surveillance video taken inside a South Austin FedEx Office store on Brodie Lane where the suspect shipped the two packages. One of the two packages exploded on a conveyor belt at a FedEx sorting facility outside of San Antonio in Schertz. The second package was intercepted at a facility near the Austin airport.

The second suspicious package was being treated as if it could be a bomb according to Congressman Lloyd Doggett's office. Both packages originated from the same location.

The photos shoConditt, possibly wearing a wig and gloves, carrying two packages. According to time stamps on the pictures the person was in the store around 7:30 on Sunday evening.

Authorities believe the same suspect is connected to the two packages that surfaced Tuesday are also responsible for the four other explosions that began on March 2nd that killed two people and injured six.

A sixth unrelated explosion was reported Tuesday evening in South Austin, but Austin Police said it was from military memorabilia left at a Goodwill drop box.

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