Officials remove a car of the suspect in a series of bombing attacks in Austin from the scene where he blew himself up as authorities closed in, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, in Round Rock, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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The suspect in the deadly bombings that terrorized Austin blew himself up early Wednesday as authorities closed in on him, bringing a grisly end to a three-week manhunt. But police warned that more bombs could be out there.The young man behind the attacks was identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, an unemployed 24-year-old who bought bomb-making materials at Home Depot. His motive remained a mystery, along with whether he acted alone in the five bombings in the Texas capital and suburban San Antonio that killed two people and wounded four others.Austin was hit with four package bombings starting on March 2 . Pflugerville resident Jay Schulze said he was jogging Tuesday night when he was stopped by police and asked about the bombings.By midday, Pflugerville police began evacuating the area around the suspect's home to deploy a robot to check for explosives.
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