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 photos from FedEx’s surveillance system allegedly showing Conditt in the store.
Police unearthed a confession tape Wednesday, 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 at a press conference. “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.