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Bomb package found at FedEx facility, sent by the alias ” Kelly Killmore,’ report says

Mark Anthony Conditt, the suspect in the string of Texas bombings, allegedly used the fake name “Kelly Killmore” mail explosive packages.

(Fox San Antonio)

The Austin bombing suspect reportedly used a fake name and mail explosive packages in Texas, Fox San Antonio reported Wednesday.

Mark Anthony Conditt, who federal prosecutors that behind the string of blasts in March that left two dead and several others injured, used the alias “Kelly Killmore” to send the package with the bombs, the outlet said, citing sources familiar with the investigation.

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Fox San Antonio also confirmed that Conditt was the individual captured in surveillance photos on Sunday two suspect packages for a South Austin FedEx Office store on Brodie Lane.

One of the two packages exploded at a FedEx sorting facility in Schertz early Tuesday morning, injuring one person. The second package was intercepted by the authorities later that day in a factory near the Austin airport. Officials said that the package “contains an explosive” and no one was injured.

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With the help of surveillance photos that showed Conditt in “disguise” and the evidence investigators obtained the packages, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said on “FOX & Friends” that the authorities were able to track down the suspect.

Conditt died in the middle of a confrontation with the police overnight Wednesday, during which one of his bombs explodes.

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