Police in Texas say a suspect in a spate of recent bombings in the state capital and other areas is dead. U.S. Media sources have identified the man as Mark Anthony Conditt. The man’s vehicle was identified near a hotel early Wednesday, and while under surveillance and being followed, he detonated a device in the stopped vehicle, killing himself. An officer was injured as a result of the explosion.

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