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Who was Mark Anthony Conditt, the Austin serial bomber?

The killer whose deadly package bombs terrified Austin for almost three weeks was identified Wednesday as a 24-year-old white man. He blew himself up as law enforcement moved.
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Austin Bombings Update

We have the latest in the investigation into the deadly package bombings in Texas. Two people have died and several others have been injured in the blasts.
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Police Plea to Austin Bomber: ‘We Want to Listen to You’

The authorities made an unusual public appeal on Sunday to hear directly from whoever has been planting deadly package bombs on doorsteps in Austin, Tex.
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Austin package bombs probably 'pretty simple,' components could lead cops to suspect, experts say

The devices used in a string of deadly package bombings rocking Austin, Texas are likely "simple" contraptions, the components of which will be key in tracking down the mysterious person behind the..
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Austin package explosions investigation continues as officials offer $65G for information

Authorities are still on the hunt in Austin, Texas, after a string of deadly package explosions rocked the city.
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Police Report 150 Calls As Deadly Package Bombings Put Austin On Edge

A series of deadly package bombs delivered to homes in Austin has shaken residents and cast suspicion on one of life's common occurrences -- getting a package delivered to your doorstep.
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Police In Austin, Texas, Believe Deadly Package Explosions Are Linked

The first happened earlier this month when a man opened a package on his doorstep. He died when it exploded. There were 2 explosions on Monday, which killed 1 person and seriously injured another.
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Police link two deadly package bombs in Austin, Texas, to earlier attack

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Two package bombs left outside homes in Austin, Texas, exploded on Monday, killing a teenager and injuring two women in attacks that police linked to a deadly blast earlier..
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Deadly Package Bombs Hit Austin, Texas, as South by Southwest Begins

Two package bomb blasts a few miles apart killed a teenager and wounded two women in Austin on Monday, less than two weeks after a similar attack...
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Deadly Package Bombs Could Be Linked To Earlier Attack In Austin, Officials Say

Investigators are considering whether race was a factor because all of the victims were minorities.
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Police: 2 Deadly Package Bombs In Texas Capital Are Linked

Investigators believe a package bomb that killed a teenager and wounded a woman in Austin on Monday is linked to a similar bombing that killed a man elsewhere in the city this month.
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Austin package explosions: Police see similarities in deadly incidents

Austin police are warning residents not to open any suspicious packages left on their doorstep following two deadly package explosions in two weeks.
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Austin Police Say Deadly Package Explosions Could Be Hate Crimes

Austin's police chief said two deadly package explosions in less than two weeks were sent to homes of black residents.
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The Latest: Police say deadly Texas package bombs are linked

The Latest on deadly package bombings in Austin, Texas (all times local): 11 a.m.
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