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New Person Of Interest Revealed In Austin Bombing Case

March 27, 2018

23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt terrorized the city of Austin for a month with his bombs that killed two people and injuring five others. When police closed in on him, Conditt blew himself up in his vehicle. Police have been investigating his motives for the attacks and during their investigations, they have managed to come up with another person of interest.


Conditt’s 20-year-old roommate is being considered a ‘person of interest’ by the police who are trying to find out if he knew anything about Conditt’s actions. After Conditt’s death, police arrived at his home where they were forced to use a robot to dismantle and remove bomb-making materials, leaving them trying to decide whether or not the roommates knew what Conditt was up to.


If authorities determine that Conditt’s roommates knew what he was doing and failed to report it, they could face charges as accessories to the crime. Hopefully, this investigation will quickly wrap up and the victims will be able to move forward with their lives.