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REPORT: Austin Bomber Used Alias ‘Kelly Killmore’ To Ship Explosives

9:50 AM 03/22/2018

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Suspected Austin bomber Mark Conditt used the alias “Kelly Killmore” to ship two packages via FedEx on Sunday, one of which exploded on a conveyor belt at a shipping facility in Schertz, Texas.

Sources familiar with the investigation told ABC about the Killmore alias. ABC also published a photo from FedEx’s surveillance system allegedly showing Conditt in the store.

Suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt shipping packages at a Texas FedEx on March 18, 2018 (ABC/law enforcement)

Suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt shipping packages at a Texas FedEx on March 18, 2018 (ABC/law enforcement)

Suspected serial bomber Mark Conditt shipping packages at a Texas FedEx on March 18, 2018 (ABC/law enforcement)

Police also unearthed a confession tape, in which Conditt allegedly explained his motivation for the attacks. (RELATED: Police Discover 25 Minute Confession Tape From Austin Bomber)

“We have, at this point, located a recording that the suspect in this incident made,” Austin Police chief Brian Manley told reporters. “It is about a 25 minute recording where he talks about what he has done. I would classify this as a confession.”

Austin Police Chief Brian Manley: “Having listened to that recording, he does not at all mention anything about terrorism, nor does he mention anything about hate. But instead, it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life…” pic.twitter.com/ruMcVSk14m

— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 21, 2018

Conditt killed himself with an explosive device as a SWAT team closed in on him late Tuesday night. One SWAT member was injured in the blast.

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