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>> A combination of high tech sleuthing and old fashioned gumshoe work led Austin investigators to follow Mark Conditt. The chase ending when the suspected Austin bomber blew himself up inside his car.>> There's multiple technologies here->> Texas Governor Greg Abbot said investigators were first pointed to Conditt after cellphone tower data showed his device in proximity to several explosions.
Police pieced together store receipts, fragments of booby-trapped packages, and surveillance video allegedly showing Conditt in a hat and wig as he prepared to ship one of two suspicious packages. The pink gloves he was seen wearing led investigators to pour through hours of various Home Depot surveillance video in and around Austin.
One of those videos appeared to show the same suspect. From there, officials curtailed a list of license plates.>> Tracking down information about his vehicles. We are aware because of reports, provided by citizens.>> But what they have yet to find is a reason why. Why he made a series of bombs, according to police, that killed two people, and wounded five others.
Even Conditt's 25 minute cellphone video confession failed to reveal a coherent motive.>> It is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point. Federal investigators are still combing though Conditt's home trying to learn why an unemployed man from the Austin suburb of Pflugerville, wanted to terrorize the state capitol.