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>> Police removed explosive material discovered inside the home of the suspected Austin bomber Wednesday. Authorities evacuated a five block radius around the suspects home as they cleared it of any dangerous material.>> There was no completed devices in the house. There's componentry and the homemade explosive material that we found in the house.
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And that's what we were most concerned about.>> The hunt for the suspected bomber whom police identified as 23 year old Texas resident, Mark Anthony Conditt, came to a dramatic close Wednesday morning. Conditt detonated a bomb inside his car with police closing in. Now the FBI, ATF, and local authorities are trying to piece together a motive.
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Though he had been a person of interest, police say they don't know if Conditt acted alone or had accomplices. They do think he was behind the six explosions that terrified Austin. Two African-American men were killed, leaving police to consider the attacks possible hate crimes. Five others were injured in the blasts.
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Conditt, an unemployed college dropout, lived in the Austin suburb of Pflugerville with a couple of roommates. Neighbors there are offering an all too familiar description of a guy who mostly kept to himself.>> He looked like a pretty typical young, college aged guy that was just hanging out over there.
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>> Conditt's parents who also live in the town and who homeschooled their son, known as friendly people.>> There is nicest families you want to have, nicest neighbors as you want to have.>> While they say they don't believe there are anymore packages planted by Conditt, police are warning the community to still remain on alert.